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#Frequently asked questions

1. Can roses that are preserved be scented?
They are not scented during the preservation process, but they can be infused with essential oils to give them a pleasant fragrance.
2. Can these flowers be used for weddings?
Yes, preserved floral arrangements can be a great option for weddings and other special events, as they offer the beauty of fresh flowers without the need for constant maintenance, replacement, or the risk of wilting on the big day. They can be used in bouquets, centerpieces, and other floral bouquets, and can be customized to suit any theme or color scheme.
3. Are flowers that are preserved environmentally friendly?
Yes, they are generally considered to be more environmentally friendly than fresh-cut flowers, as they can reduce the need for constant harvesting, transportation, and disposal of floral waste. However, it's important to choose flowers that are ethically sourced and produced using eco-friendly methods.
4. Can preserved or pressed flowers be cleaned?
Yes, preserved or pressed flowers can be cleaned gently with a soft, dry brush or a gentle stream of compressed air. Avoid using water, as this can damage the flowers and cause them to lose their color or texture.
5. What types of flowers can be preserved?
A wide range of flowers and foliage can be preserved using the glycerin preservation process, including roses, hydrangeas, peonies, orchids, eucalyptus, and many more. However, not all flowers are suitable for preservation, as some may not hold up well or may not respond well to the preservation process. It is best to consult with a florist or retailer to determine which types of flowers are best for preservation.