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These roses are carefully selected and handcrafted to preserve their beauty for months and even years, according to Gonzalo Luzuriaga, Executive President of BellaRosa, which has been in the market since 1996. The farm, located near Quito, Ecuador, has 125 acres where more than 100 varieties of roses are grown.
"The floriculturist tells us that the process consists of replacing the natural compounds of the roses with preservative products, to maintain their original beauty and enjoy it for much longer. Although preservation methods have been known for decades, each company develops its own formulas to improve quality, color and durability."
Preserved roses do not require any maintenance, pruning, water, or light; they do not demand special care. Its production process and all its components are friendly for human beings and the environment, Gonzalo says.
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