The plants that are for sale on this website have been subjected to a conservation or drying process. There are two processes of plant conservation, preservation and stabilization.
1- Vegetable drying: they have been subjected to a dehydration process.
2- Preservation: it is done with dry plants. Through this process, the plant is rehydrated with a preservative solution based on vegetable glycerin, water and food coloring. This process allows the plant to regain its natural properties, such as flexibility, color and texture.
3- Vegetable stabilization: it is done with live plants and allows the plant to fix its natural freshness after harvest. This technique is more durable over time. This process allows the plant to retain its natural properties, such as flexibility, color and texture.
Our plants are produced and treated according to the regulations of the European Union.
These plants retain their beauty for years, provided that the environment to which they are subjected is the most suitable. For proper maintenance, it is recommended to keep them away from excessively humid or dry environments, avoid direct air conditioning and contact with sunlight, and never water.