Preserved Rose Heads in a soft Cherry Colour which is along the vintage and shabby chic colours like Green Tea, Champagne and Cranberry. The Queen size is the most popular. These are natural products so they are all unique in shape, size and colour.
All sizes differ in colour (tonal differences)
To use, push florists wire into the stem stub and tape to secure.
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The Super Rose Heads are supplied as a box of 4 heads, they have a head diam of approx 6.5-7.5cm across and have a short stem of approx 1cm long for you to wire or hot glue into place.
The Queen Rose Heads are in limted supply, their size is between the Super and the Standard heads which would be approx 5-6.5cm in diam. The stem is approx 1-1.5cm in length which is ideal for wiring or hot glue to secure them into place.
The Standard Rose Heads are Columbian which are on the smaller size. The approx diam is 4.3-5cm accross with a stem length of approx 1 cm.
The Mini Rose Heads are ideal for filling in, they have a face diam of approx 2.5-3.5cm with a short stem of approx 1cm in length.
The preserved rose's make wonderful products to create displays from be it large or small as each flower has kept its own individually, just as it was when it was alive. This means that there are no two same roses in shape, size or weight out there as when the rose hits its peak of natural beauty it is cut and placed in a mixture of glycerine and dye. This is taken up to to the head and the petals through osmosis, which then replaces the plants natural sap. We are then left with a flower head that has kept soft petals, just as it was before it was cut.
The luxury of these products is that they require very little maintenance, no water, a very light dusting to keep it looking fresh, they must not be placed in high humidity or extreme cold (room temperature is ample) and to prevent premature fading direct sunlight should also be avoided. If these general guide lines are followed there is no reason why your preserved display should't last for many months if not years.
Included in the images above is of a large window display using Preserved Cherry Rose Heads, this was created by Hawkes and Foreman for one of their clients during Chelsea 2015.