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  1. How Long Do Preserved Roses Last?

    Heaven Scent
    Welcome back to Behind The Bouquet, our latest blog series that tells you all you need to know about our eternal roses!
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  2. Styling Nature’s Symphony: Cottagecore

    Cottagecore
    Do you need help finding the perfect piece of preserved nature to suit your interior design? Welcome to our latest blog series, Styling Nature’s Symphony, which will be your guide to all things aesthetic. Cottagecore in one of the latest nostalgia-driven interior design trends to sweep the internet, emerging just four years ago. The neutral and pastel tones romanticise agricultural farmhouses and cottages of the 19th century, with a focus on comforting and relaxing activities such as baking and embroidery crafting.
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  3. 10 Arrangements to Spruce Up Your Spring

    Pretty In Pink
    We’re now entering the season of rejuvenation. The cycle of nature is beginning once more as animals and plants alike are bursting with life and colour.
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  4. The Glory of Rainbow Day

    Mon Cherie
    t’s the most vibrant day of the year! On Rainbow Day, we appreciate every colour on the wheel and the positive messages they bring to our lives.
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  5. What Are Preserved Roses?

    Our Roses
    At Endura Roses, we have been leading the market for dried roses and preserved foliage since 2016. We see these naturally enhanced alternatives to be the future of floristry but understand it is still such a new concept for some. For all those who are intrigued by the concept, look no further than our new Behind The Bouquet series.
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  6. Getting In Tune with Your Home

    Enchanted Forest
    Home is where we live our truth. It’s where we can take off the mask intended for the outside world and bask in a place representing our authentic selves. It’s carefully designed to depict our personalities, which also allows us to be our happiest.
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  7. St Patrick's Palette: The Colours Ireland

    Luscious Jungle
    It’s time for one of the most renowned international holidays, which is also significant for being one of the most cheerful and full of unity!
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  8. Introducing… Nature’s Symphony

    Pretty In Pastel
    At Endura Roses, our most important objective is to take a beautiful moment and freeze it in time. We celebrate the sentimentality of love and togetherness. Now, we’re introducing our latest luxurious range of preserved flowers, which further encapsulates relationships and emotions through the omnipresent awe of Mother Nature. Welcome to the glorious ode of Nature’s Symphony…
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  9. With Feeling: The Mother’s Day Experience

    Prism
    Mother’s Day is a significant date, bursting with passion. We use this day to truly show how much we value the maternal figures in our lives, and make them feel as cherished as they deserve, so this can be emotional. Here’s just a couple of the feelings you may face and why…
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  10. Bring the Magic of Christmas to Your Home!

    Bring the Magic of Christmas to Your Home!
    Christmas is all about presents making the most of time spent with loved ones as well as creating new memories for us to look back on in the coming years. While the current circumstances have made this festive season look extremely different, that is no reason not to celebrate. With the right tools and a little inspiration, you can have your home looking like the hub of Christmas in no time!
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  11. The Symbolism of the Lotus Flower

    The Symbolism of the Lotus Flower

    The lotus has always been an object of immense marvel and beauty. But very few are aware of the environment in which it is born, specifically the dirty and muddy water from which it is known to originate. Such conditions would, otherwise, prove to be very hostile for most living organisms to survive, let alone thrive, in.

    To truly appreciate the lotus’ exquisite beauty, one must first understand the process of its development. Before it can bloom into the beautiful and absolutely wondrous piece of flora that it is, the lotus has to undergo an extremely gruelling and painstaking growth process. From underwater tubers, they eventually grow into a long stem that reaches towards and then outside the surface of the water. Once the leaves appear, the stem falls further down into the mud, allowing the roots to be able to firmly anchor the flower in place.

    As with most aquatic plants, the lotus also requires an environment that has abundant moisture. These include swamps, lakes and ponds. They can also only grow in a climate that is either mild or warm and which experiences moderate rainfall that is spread out throughout the year. Because of the various stages of development involved as well as the adverse circumstances in which it grows and eventually blooms, the lotus has been widely regarded as the perfect analogy for the human condition; that even though the origins of your story may not be as pleasant or positive, you still have the capability to grow and bloom into the best version of yourself. For this purpose, the lotus has come to be known as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth.

    Much of the symbolism of the lotus flower comes from its significance in many religions, specifically Buddhism and Hinduism. According to Buddhist beliefs, e

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  12. CEO Diaries - Our Story

    CEO Diaries - Our Story
    They say that necessity is the mother of invention. In my case, this age-old saying proved to be completely true. On the way back from an international trip, while searching for beautiful floral tokens of love that could adequately convey the affection, I had for my loved ones who were waiting for me back home, I found that many of those that were on display had lost their much-coveted glow and vibrancy. Not wanting to undermine the auspicious occasion of a long-awaited reunion with sub-standard souvenirs such as these, I settled for something else entirely.
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