Ambius unveils ‘Captured Nature’ its first preserved flower collection

Ambius, the world’s largest interior landscaping company, today launches its first preserved flower collection ‘Captured Nature’, a range of preserved flowers including roses, carnations, red populous and hydrangeas.

To create the Captured Nature range, each bloom is picked at its peak and then preserved in glycerine. The glycerine is absorbed through the stem and acts as a replacement for the natural fluids within the plant, capturing the flower in perfect condition for many months. A preserved stem requires only minimal attention and is easy to care for, yet remains beautiful and fresh-looking for a long period of time.

The benefits of Captured Nature

  • Unlike freshly-cut flowers, preserved flowers will stay at their peak condition for many months
  • Flower displays and arrangements are easy to maintain and do not require constant care or watering
  • A wide variety of flowers available all year round

Kenneth Freeman, Head of Innovation at Ambius said, “Our new Captured Nature range provides a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to create the very best impression for employees and customers with real flowers, which do not need replacing every week as fresh flowers do.

“Only the finest flowers, grasses and leaves are picked, to produce arrangements ready for the workspace that are both aesthetically pleasing and easy to maintain in the working environment.”

In order to get the best from this range, Ambius advises the flowers are stored and displayed indoors at temperatures between 2°C and 25°C. Find out more about the Ambius Captured Nature.