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LUXURY ROSES THAT LAST 3 YEARS!

By Lucy Appleby, November 26 2018

Luxury Roses That Last A Year

Nothing rivals getting a big delivery of freshly cut blooms. Flowers have the ability to brighten up even the dreariest day, and science suggests that by simply looking at them, you’ve a one-way ticket to a cloud-nine state of mind. Dealing with them when they’re dead and mushy, however? Not so blissful.

Palatial Petals feels you. So they created “Timeless Luxury Roses,” which have garnered a serious star following the likes of Gigi and Bella Hadid, Olivia Culpo, and the entire Kardashian klan. These roses are purported to last much, much longer than your usual dozen. While the flowers—which are real!—don’t actually last an until the end of time, the company says they will stay fresh for up to 3 years.

The flowers—which are real!—don’t actually last until the end of time, the company says they will stay fresh for up to 3 years.

So how do they stay looking so fresh? First off, the brand only uses Ecuadorian roses. “They’re the highest quality roses because of their proximity to the Equator,” says Christopher, the CEO of Palatial Petals. “Because of their location and environment—as well as the area’s rich soil—these roses tend to naturally last the longest as is.”

The Palatial Petals process starts the moment the roses are cut “at their most peak and perfect state,” says Christopher. After being dehydrated, “the roses are then injected with a wax-based, hypoallergenic, non-toxic solution that stunts their growth but keeps their soft texture and shape.”

And while Palatial Petals, won’t divulge their exact methodology, some of the more exotic flowers (gold-dusted roses, anyone?) do require a shellac of paint or dye.

Here’s the best news: the roses barely need any maintenance. Keep them out of direct sunlight and, if you want, give them a light dusting of water after a few months. And just like that, you have perfectly beautiful flowers for a whole year. So yeah, even if your Valentine isn’t here come next winter, these flowers probably will be.

You can follow the brand on their beautiful Instagram page @Palatialpetals


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