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What is it ?
Everything you need to know about maintenance-free preserved flowers, plants and moss. Production, preservation techniques and answers to all your questions can be found in the “What Is It?” section.
All too often, the term “preserved” is misused to describe plants that are not. In order to clarify all the techniques that exist and to give the right information about the product we are selling, we are creating a semantic that did not exist before. Find out more in this article.
This freeze-drying technique is often equated with, or even confused with, the classic drying of plants. In reality, this preservation method is applied to many pharmaceutical and food products, archaeological remains, small animals or plants.
Spraying preservation is a technique for preserving previously dried plants. The process involves spraying the top of the plant with a glycerine-based solution, rather than immersing it completely.
On the magazine, we present techniques that allow dehydration, rehydration, absorption, colouring and sometimes all at the same time. Depending on the result you are looking for and on each plant, it is possible to use combinations of all these techniques, details in this article.
There are two different techniques for preserving plants: stabilisation and preservation. In this article, we take stock of the situation and put things straight.
It is in the heart of the Scandinavian landscape that reeinder moss is harvested. Literally reindeer moss, this lichen is the food of these animals which are also omnipresent in this region. It is one of the bestsellers of preservation but also one of the longest existing.
Preservation by immersion is a technique for preserving plants, which is mainly done by rehydrating a dried plant in a bath. Read this article to find out more.
Preserved flowers are mainly sold as flower heads. And yes, during the stabilisation process, the stem is said goodbye. The reason is technical. For more information, click on this article.
The opposite of a natural flower is the synthetic flower. A copy is created that is as similar as possible using synthetic materials. Plant stabilisation is primarily a technology for preserving fresh plants. So, natural or not natural? Find out in this article.
How long does a stabilised plant last? Many players in the field of stabilised flowers and plants are involved. And yet, if you simply analyse the semantics of the situation, you can see how ridiculous the answer is. We explain everything in this article.
Capillary preservation is particularly suitable for the preservation of foliage and trees. Nevertheless, contrary to what is said on certain unscrupulous websites, it is not the ideal solution for stabilising flowers. We will therefore detail the general principles.
There are many techniques for preserving plants. However, we can consider that the capillary technique is the most noble. This technique mainly concerns foliage and trees. Find out more in this article.
Plant stabilisation is a French innovation that is over 40 years old. Today, several methods are known and each of them has evolved a lot over the years. Discover them on secondnatur