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Preserved roses available at Solé Farms

Hailing from Tabacundo, Ecuador, the renowned rose capital of the world, preserved roses are now available at Solé Farms. Behind these captivating creations are devoted individuals whose skilled hands breathe life into an exquisite variety of roses, destined to become cherished treasures that endure for years.

rosesAt Solé Farms, the process of preserving roses is executed with unparalleled dedication and expertise. Each carefully selected rose undergoes a painstaking preservation process, ensuring that its appearance, quality, tone, color, shine and texture remain intact over the years. The secret lies in a meticulous technique that captures the rose's freshness at just the right moment, freezing its beauty in time.

To cater to the diverse needs of its clients, Solé Farms have designed various market presentations. In bulk packaging, Solé Farms offers both individual rose heads and complete roses (head + stem), thoughtfully enclosed in a protective cardboard cone that safeguards them during long-distance transportation. Additionally, Solé Farms provides a "Ready for Retail" option, presenting complete roses (head + stem) in transparent PET packaging.

This presentation is ideal for showcasing in any retail setting and serves as the perfect gift for any occasion. PET is a great ready-for-retail option. If you are looking to optimize freight and labor costs, the cone presentation could be a better option. Solé Farms offers the flexibility to personalize orders based on size and color, and the company also provides customized bouquet arrangements tailored to customers' preferences. These preserved roses mark the beginning of a new trend. They are as beautiful as they are practical. Their applications know no boundaries—from adorning homes and offices to serving as enduring gifts for birthdays and holidays. They are especially fitting for momentous occasions like weddings and proms.

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