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What are Eternal Flowers or Preserved Flowers?

Posted on July 14 2019

What is Eternal Flowers or preserved flowers?
Eternal Flowers, also known as forever flowers, preserved flowers or everlasting flowers, originated in Europe in the 1970s and 1980s, is a kind of fresh cut flowers, like rose, lily, carnation, baby's breath, phalaenopsis, hydrangea and other varieties, processed through a series of processes such as dehydration, decolorization, dyeing, and drying.

Advanced preservation technology makes the eternal flower never fade, and it can be stored for more than 3 years without fading, and its appearance is almost the same as that of flowers. The color, shape and texture have maintained the characteristics of flowers. However, because the eternal flower undergoes the process of decoloring and recoloring, it can be dyed into other or special colors.

Because the eternal flower has no life, it does not need water and light for photosynthesis like fresh flowers. On the contrary, eternal flowers are prone to moisture and discoloration when exposed to ultraviolet rays. Therefore, they cannot be exposed to water and sunlight. Just keep them in a dry, ventilated and cool place without special care.

The above reasons not only make the eternal flower products more diversified, but also enable the eternal flower to be made into products that ordinary flowers cannot make, such as Bluetooth speakers, humidifiers, furnishings and decorations that have been used for a long time.

Eternal flowers are richer in color, longer in shelf life, more versatile and easy to take care of. These characteristics make it the most ideal flower product for floral design, holiday gifts, home decoration and celebrations.