Flowers mark some of the best days of our lives (Mother’s Days, wedding days, Valentine’s Days, etc.) and are gorgeous keepsakes—for at least a day or two. Then, inevitably, they start to wilt, droop and fall apart and we’re forced to sadly toss them away.
It doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, it’s easy to learn how to preserve a rose (or any flower, really) so you have it for years to come. It all comes down to following one of these four methods.