In a recent blog post, the flower specialist shared everything there is to know about the pros of naturally preserved buds.
Endura Roses recently shared a list of reasons to consider preserved floral arrangements over fresh. Reason number one, and the key selling point of this franchise’s unique offerings: Preserved arrangements won’t die or wilt in a few days or weeks. Depending on the type of encasement, Endura Roses’s extra-special arrangements can last anywhere from three to ten years. This means that the retail franchise’s floral options are more cost-effective and eco-friendly.
According to Endura Roses, people can spend up to £500 a year on fresh flowers. An Endura investment will cost a fraction of this, and last far longer than any fresh bouquet could. Due to fewer purchases being made, and products lasting much longer, the carbon footprint of an Endura Roses bouquet is also smaller than that of a fresh bouquet. And, the company uses environmentally friendly packaging, with all arrangements delivered in cardboard boxes padded with recycled tissue paper.
If you have any allergies, the flower franchise’s preserved arrangements are a good choice for you, as all Endura Roses pieces are hypoallergenic. The preservation formula prevents pollen and other allergy-inducing toxins from entering the air. If you have a busy schedule, again, Endura Roses flowers are a good choice, as they don’t require water, fertiliser or maintenance.
If you have a passion for flowers and a head for business, you might be the ideal Endura Roses franchisee. Anyone interested in franchising with the company will need to make a minimum investment of £50,000, with total investment costs of £120,000. For more information about Endura Roses, visit its profile page, which you’ll find linked above.
Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©