Benefits of Preserved Roses

Benefits Of Preserved Roses

Preserved roses are fairly new to the floral market. Most of us are familiar with fresh roses as they are used in many occasions,  there are multiple cons to them which are being fulfilled by the advent of preserved ones. Given below are a few aspects that set preserved roses aside from the usual fresh ones, and why they are a great alternative.

Appearance:

Some people avoid investing in preserved roses because they think it will spoil the look of the overall beautification. Many people have this notion that a garland of only fresh roses can do justice to their celebrations. But the truth is that they look exactly the same as it is the same rose however it is covered in glycerin and other plant like elements which allow the preserved rose to last longer than a fresh rose. If you are worried that getting preserved roses as garlands and bouquets will bring down the overall look of your decoration, you are highly mistaken. In fact, these roses will bring up the beauty of the place several notches higher and leave you with roses that can last up to a year long.

Cost effective:

Unlike fresh roses, preserved roses aren’t that heavy on the pocket as you are investing in a product that will last for up to a year or longer. Preserved roses are fairly inexpensive and you can consider having them for any occasion since they won’t be burning a hole in your pocket any time soon. 

Longer lasting:

Fresh roses don’t have a very long life after they have been plucked. They wither away soon enough and quicker than preserved roses. Preserved roses are treated well so that they don’t lose their charm, color, and fragrance even after a couple of days, unlike fresh roses. 

 Easy to maintain:

When you purchase fresh roses, they die within a few days. If you're lucky...maybe a week. However, it is comparatively easier to care for preserved roses as they require no water or sunlight. So if you want to lighten up your living room or bedroom, it is wiser to invest in preserved roses.