FAQ about Flowers
What are Preserved/Everlasting Flowers?
Preserved or Everlasting Flowers are real and natural flowers that have undergone a special chemical process to maintain their beauty and freshness with no need for water and sunlight.
Preserved flowers in a bouquet have a general shelf life of 1-5 years. However, if it is stored in a sealed casing; it can last for more than 10 years. They are mostly care-free, just avoid direct sunlight, water and humid areas as it may cause the colors to fade.
What are Dried Flowers?
Dried Flowers are also real and natural flowers that have gone through a dehydration process to preserve fresh flowers. Once completely dried, they undergo a colouration and setting treatment so that they regain some of their original appearance.
However, dried flowers are not very long-lasting as compared to preserved flowers. Dried flowers branches and stems tend to break easier, the colour will gradually fade and the petals might fall off or break if it is not well taken care of.
If the bouquet is kept properly with no direct sunlight, water and humid areas, it should last 1-3 years!
How long can Fresh Flowers last?
Unfortunately Fresh Flowers are not long-lasting as compared to Preserved/Dried Flowers.
Most cut flowers (in a bouquet) usually can last anywhere from 3-7 days if properly cared for!