Why keep preserved plants?

We all love greenery. When spring finally arrives after a long winter, we immediately head to parks and forests to experience the awakening of nature. We also try to adapt nature to our interior living spaces by growing plants in pots. Unfortunately, not all of us have ideal conditions for maintaining plants at home - especially in the winter months with reduced sunlight, we have a fairly limited range of available species. Furthermore, maitain healthy plants can often be a daunting task. The fast pace of life and numerous responsibilities simply mean that we forget to water and properly fertilize plants. When reminded about it, we often overwater and overfertilize which often makes plants even more unhappy. They turn yellow, dry and brown and are no longer decorative.

This does not mean, however, that we should buy new ones every now and then or give up having plants altogether. In this case, stabilized plants are an excellent choice. These are natural plants that lived and were then preserved when they were at their most beautiful. Importantly - these plants will remain this way without the need to devote even the slightest bit of attention. Generally, stabilized plants have only advantages:

• Their greatest advantage is that they are maintenance-free. Imagine that you can go away for a long time, and when you come back, find the plants in perfect condition, without anyone having to have cared for them.

• They do not require light, which means that they can be used to decorate even dark rooms, such as bathrooms without windows.

• They offer unlimited possibilities of arrangement due to a wide variety of species and colors (all stabilized plants are colored with natural water-based dyes). Thanks to this, you can choose soothing shades of green or opt for more avant-garde compositions.

• They are very durable - they will last up to 10 years unchanged. Think how many cut flowers or potted perennials you would have to buy at that time to decorate your home.

• They are completely resistant to pests and diseases.

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