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Product description

Color:Multi-colored

We are committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of customer service. We will provide high quality Items, and ensure customer satisfaction.
[Name]: Everlasting Flower
[Main Flower]: Fidelity Rose
[Specifications]: 12.5*13.5cm
[Glass cover]: high borosilicate glass

Good Features than the real flower:
1. Can keep plants characteristics at long time and not wilt. it will never die like a real rose
2. Can keep for 3 to 5 years.
3. No pollen. Pollen allergy crowd can also be normal enjoy flower.
4. Do not need watering, without day-to-day conservation. How to protect the preserved flower:
Keep preserved flower away from direct sunlight ang high and humid temperature,
you can enjoy its beauty as long as you can.
Dust off by blowing with a hair dryer on the lowest heat setting or use a soft brush to gently brush off the dust.

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