What Are Eternity Roses??

What Are Eternity Roses?
Our luxury Eternity Roses are real and fresh roses that are cultivated by some of the best growers in the World. Plucked at their optimum time and preserved so their natural beauty and soft feel is suspended in time and will remain this way for a year and longer with no need for any water.
How Do They Last For Years?
Our roses last for years due to a revolutionary preservation technique. The roses are treated with a solution that removes the natural factors present in them that would cause them to die and wilt. this natural factor, is replaced with an eco friendly solution that suspends their soft feel and beautiful look in time. 
Where Are They Grown?
Our luxury Eternity Roses are grown high in the sunshine filled hills of Equador. There, due their lay along the equator, they are treated to much longer hours of sunshine each day, resulting in a much larger and fuller luxury bloom making them the finest long lasting roses in the World. 
How Do I Look After My Eternity Roses?
There are no complicated instructions for looking after your beautiful long lasting roses. Simply follow this guide and they will remain stunning for you for a year and much longer. 
  • Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid fading
  • Never water, they do not need it and they will fade if moisture is introduced
  • Keep out of areas of high heat - as you would with fresh flora
  • Keep out of areas of high humidity - as moisture is not their friend
  • If they get a little dustry, please just brush with a soft makeup brush or blow with a hairdryer on a gentle cool heat


Can I Remove My Eternity Roses From Their Box?
No, please do not do this, they are happy and safe in there and will remain so for a year and longer if not removed.
Is The Way They Are Preserved Eco Friendly?
Yes, at Lux Florals we are very conscientious about the environment and our carbon footprint. Not only is the preservation technique used to preserve our eternal roses natural and Eco friendly, due to their long life span they are predominantly transported by boat rather than air, dramatically reducing their and our carbon footprint.