Forever in bloom
Bianca S. Valerio (The Philippine Star) - December 5, 2015 - 9:00am

MANILA, Philippines – What if we told you, you could gift someone this holiday season with real, fresh flowers that last for three to five years?

We understandably don’t know all the tricks to keep flowers from wilting without resorting to tacky artificial plants as a surefire way to keep them around forever — collecting dust.

From roses to carnations in black, rainbow and pastels, Te Amo Floristeria is a premium concept flower shop and floral design studio that offers custom floral arrangements and its bestsellers are the preserved fresh flowers, which make them the perfect present this Christmas. They’re sure to last into 2016 and then some.

Though many of us merely see flowers as pretty, indoor decor, according to Amy Peng, internationally-trained florist and CEO of Te Amo Floristeria, they do so much more than just add color to any room.

“One study conducted among patients recovering from abdominal surgery in 2008 shows that flowers help boost recovery rate, help patients feel less anxious and tired, and help put them in a generally more positive psychological state,” Amy explains.

She adds that another study by researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands found that restaurant diners with fresh flowers on their tables tend to be in a better mood.

So whether for a present, a marriage proposal, decor or dream theme to any special occasion, never underestimate flower power.

 

 

 

For more information, visit @TeAmoFloristeria on Instagram and  Te Amo Floresteria on Facebook.

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