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Preserved

Maintaining their beauty and freshness

In addition to dried flowers we have adjusted our assortment with preserved products.  Just like dried flowers, the base of preserved products is a 100% natural product. The preserved products have undergone a preservation process to maintain their beauty and freshness. Preservation is also a form of drying, although the result is different. The preservation technique allows flowers to maintain a completely natural appearance and feel, as if they were freshly cut.

Preservation process of flowers

The 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.

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Preserved catalogue

Dried flowers are available all year round. The range is constantly updated and can usually be delivered directly from stock. Check out complete dried flower collection and possibilities in our catalogues. In addition, we invite you to visit our showroom. Besides dried flowers we offer a wide range of other natural decorations.

Visit our showroom

For a complete overview of our range you are always welcome to visit our company (5.500 m2) and showroom (250 m2). Then you can also see that besides preserved products we also offer a collection of other natural (dried) decoration materials, among which picks for bouquets, table decorations, dried mix bouquets, decorative branches and potpourris.

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