Fresh Cut Bouquets & Consumer Bunches

Sunflowers, Gerbera Daisies, Poms, Alstroemeria, Mini Calla Lilies, Tulips, Roses, Bouquets

1. Always buy fresh flowers to enjoy them as long as possible.

2. Ensure that you have enough cut flower food for the size of the bouquet and the most suitable vase (min. vase size is 1 liter) – this should be attached to the bouquet you buy. If not, always ask for it!

3.Always use a clean vase (do not use metal or antique crystal vases ) and fresh cold tap water.

4.Add flower food: following the instruction on the back of the pack regarding the volume of water.

5.Cut the stems with a  sharp, clean knife or secateurs at an angle to prevent damaging and flattening of the stem. Cut at least 2 cm off the stem; 5-10  cm is better.

6.Remove lower leaves which otherwise will be in the vase water, but don’t remove the thorns.

7.Be Careful where you place your bouquet flowers don’t like draughts, direct sunlight, proximity to a heater, smoke and the gasses of ripening fruits.

8.Top up with fresh water and the same flower food when the water has decreased to about a 1/3 of the height of the vase.

9.Enjoy your flowers!

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