General : Preserved flowers are natural. Variations in sizes, shapes and colours can exist between elements of the same reference.Some parts may show split petals, stems or branches but this is only natural. Nature isn’t always perfect!
Use : Can be glued with hot glue or cold floral glue. Can be stemmed either by cross wire technique or using flower holders.
Humidity : If the humidity level is too high, a few drops of colour can flow from the flower. Dark colours flow more easily. Do not put it in contact with any other flower or light-coloured porous material to prevent it from dying.
Light & heat exposure : The flower exposed to the sun for any length of time may discolour – Exposed to heat, it dries out.
Evolution over time : Over time, flowers tend to wither and fade more or less. Light colours discolour more than dark ones.
Flower’s colour : Food colouring (non-toxic)
Odour : Preserved flowers no longer have a natural smell. It is possible to add a fragrance by placing one or more drops of essential oil in the heart of the flower.