The resistance of a monk—
the love of a countess—
the secrets of a knight—
and the lust of a Rose ..
What is it about flowers that leave men and women in awe? Is there a cryptic message in these mathematically mystifying geometric shapes that gravitate humans and animals towards them? It almost seems that nature’s blooms have an irresistible force of attraction - some more than others. And some stay with us a little more than others. So here, let’s look at the flowers that stay with us longer than the others.
Could You Stay Longer? Top 5 Long Lasting Flowers
Cut flowers are notorious for their short lives. The fresh blooms with vibrant colors seduce us to pick them up and take them home. We nurse them and they lift our spirits, but within days they wilt, wither and what was once the queen of the living room ends up in the trash.
But not all flowers have to have the same fate.
Eternal Roses - Lasts Up To A Year
Of all long lasting flowers, the rose is the most majestic and the most popular. The red rose is many things, it’s a symbol of love, seduction, lust, and even secrecy. There’s something in the geometry of a rose that evokes feelings of attraction, affection, and love. The lustful Romans used the power of the rose to seduce the opposite sex.
Until recently, cut roses had a short life. But now, thanks to science, they can be preserved in a timeless form - in pristine shape and youth, looking vibrant as if they’ve been just picked from the garden. These are the best long lasting flowers you can buy.
Cut peonies can last a week indoors with a little bit of TLC. These gorgeous flowers will brighten up any space in the house. Simply snip the stems and arrange them in a vase. Make sure to mist these beauties.
RanunculusThese are quite easy to find during springtime. They are fairly tight-budded early on but they open up and blossom as they age. They can resemble the peonies, only much more glamorous in our opinion. With regular misting and light, you can expect them to last up to 9 days.
You’ll find these stunning statement flowers at the front of a bouquet. They're often used as a “shock absorber” at the front of our burlap-wrapped bouquets. They stand majestically in full glory when placed by themselves at home or in a garden. Typically they last the longest in a vase with a bit of love and care.