Phamdefleur.com, the online gift store offers a variety of 100% real roses that are preserved with a special technique that makes them last for at least one year and with proper care, they may even last for 3 to 5 years.
Ever wondered how it would be like to own a real rose flower that can last for years without losing its texture, color, and natural beauty. Pham de fleur has made this true using a special technique to preserve 100% real and natural fresh cute flowers that make it last from 1 to 5 years. They have launched their special collection for the upcoming Valentine’s Day for those who are looking for a unique and beautiful gift for their loved one.
All the roses offered by Pham de fleur are soft to touch just like the fresh roses. The company also adds various artificial colors such as golden, silver and blue to create a truly unique rose that looks real and exotic both. It chooses only the highest quality of roses and a delicate process to maintain the real like the texture and its durability. They use only non-toxic, cosmetic grade chemicals for the preservation process and on an average, only 30-50% of the flowers meet the stringent quality control standards so that the customers always get the best.
Depending on the store and environmental conditions, the roses can last up to 6-12 months, however, most of the customers have discovered the roses to last for years in dry and cool conditions as compared to the fresh roses that typically last for a week or less. The preserved roses also offer reduced waste and cost as they don’t need to be replaced frequently like fresh cut flowers. In terms of color, they offer a lot of versatility to suit various color themes and occasion.
Additionally, for those allergic to roses can choose the preserved roses as they don’t cause any kind of allergies. From bouquet to glass dome rose there are a lot of options to choose from.
The customers can find all the products at phamdefleur.com.
Company Name: Pham de Fleur
Contact Person: Grace Williams (PR Manager)
Country: United States