How long do you have a cryogenic rose? Tips for caring for such a floral arrangement

Roses have been the deepest symbols of love and appreciation since ancient times. Their legend dates back to antiquity, when it is said that a red rose grew in the place where Adonis, the subject of the love of the beautiful goddess Aphrodite, was injured while hunting a wild boar. From her tears was born this delicate flower, which has remained, since then, the absolute representation of the immortal connection between two people.

However, roses have a relatively short lifespan of only seven days from the time they are cut. For this reason, specialized florists from all over the world have sought to find the ideal balance between the beauty and tenderness of this flower and the intensity of eternal love stories. In this way, the cryogenic rose was born, able to maintain its properties regardless of the trials that the test of time puts in front of it.

Read this article to find out what a cryogenic rose is, how long it lasts and how you can take care of it so that you can enjoy it for as long as possible.

Contents:

1.       What is the cryogenic rose?

2.       How long do you have a cryogenic rose?

3.     How can you take care of your cryogenic rose to last as long as possible?

 

1. What is the cryogenic rose?

Cryogenic roses or "immortal roses", as they are also known in general, are all-natural flowers, subjected to the process of cryogenics or lyophilization to preserve their long-term physical properties. They are cut when they reach their optimum growth potential and infused in a liquid mixture based on glycerin, which gradually replaces, within a few days, the sap of the plant. Thus, the rose is rehydrated, and its appearance and delicacy can be preserved for years.

In general, cryogenic roses are cultivated by the most passionate experts in floristics, in their own cultures, being given all the care they need to reach their optimal level of development. Each individual flower is delicately grown to maintain its natural beauty and freshness throughout the year.

2. How long do you have a cryogenic rose?

On average, the lifespan of a natural rose, after pruning, is about seven days. In contrast, cryogenic roses last much longer over time, in this case in terms of years. Thus, this flower can be the ideal way to show your appreciation for your loved ones, whether it is your loved one, the woman who gave you life, or simply a friend you want to show. how much it means to you.

 

Depending on the area of origin, the complexity of the cryogenic process and the way of care, the lifespan of such a flower is at least three years. However, most cryogenic roses last much longer than that, and can be a testament to the love between you and the person you have been giving it to for over 25 years. It cannot be said, therefore, that they are "immortal" flowers, but they will be with you for a long time.

 

 

3. How can you take care of your cryogenic rose to last as long as possible?

Either you are among those who plan to give such a flower as a gift, or you are one of the people who have already received such a gift. cadou Symbolically, it is important to know what it takes to care for a cryogenic rose, so that you and your loved one can enjoy it for as long as possible.

Here are the basic things to keep in mind to help your rose pass the test of time:

  • Do not touch the rose too much and do not move it constantly from one place to another. Natural oils on the surface of the skin can damage the petals. Also, because it is an extremely delicate flower, excessive movement or accidental blows can cause them to fall.
  • Don't water the roses! Because they have undergone a cryogenic process, they no longer need regular hydration.
  • Place the rose in a shady place away from moisture. Sunlight can dim the color of the petals, and moisture can cause them to fall.
  • Do not clean roses using chemicals or hard objects. If you notice that a layer of dust has settled on their surface, use a very soft brush to remove it.
  • Environmental factors can damage roses. Differences in heating, cooling and vapors from perfumes or cleaning products can shorten their lifespan. Store the flower in a space away from these threats, possibly in a dome vidata.

The cryogenic rose represents the perfect harmony between the delicacy of natural flowers and the depth of the uplifting feeling you feel when you look at your loved one. If it is taken care of optimally, taking into account the above tips, it can last for a long time. Give such a flower as a gift and immortalize your appreciation for your loved ones!

 Photo source: Unsplash.com, Californiaflowers.ro.

 

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