Preservation process of flowers
The Hydrangea flowers undergo a rehydration process by being placed in a mixture made from glycerine and other plant elements. This liquid gradually rises through the trunk until it completely substitutes the sap. After a few days, the process is complete, and the plant is ready to be used. Preserving, or stabilizing, is a far more expensive process then processing dried flowers.
An everlasting arrangement with preserved flowers
The final result is a flexible flower with a completely natural appearance. The preservative keeps working for months, or even years. Nowadays you see many combined arrangements of dried flowers, exotics and preserved products. Because of the durability of these kind of products it is a perfect match for gorgeous everlasting arrangements.
This Hortensia flower has a stem of approximately 30 cm and is sold per 5 Hortensia flowers.
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