Q.-How do I care for my flowers?
1. Fill a container with fresh clean water and add flower food as directed.
2. Cutting on the diagonal, trim 1” or more from each stem.
3. Remove all lower foliage so that none will remain below water level.
4. Remove the “guard petals” on each bud. This are the outermost petal left on to protect the bud during shipment.
5. To revive a drooping flower, re-cut the stem and submerge the entire rose in water, straightening the stem and head. After an hour or so, remove from water and place it back in the vase.
6. For longest vase life, re-cut stems and change the water every other day.
If roses are to be stored in the cooler for some period of time, make sure the
bunches and stems are loose enough in the buckets so that air may circulate
Bacteria is the enemy of flowers, especially Roses. Keep your buckets and
utensils clean and disinfected. Change water frequently.
Our roses will arrive to you thirsty, this is normal . They need a drink! Please
process immediately after arrival.
A.-Other Fresh Cut Flowers:
1. Fill a container with clean fresh water and add flower food as directed on the packet.
2. Cut a diagonal, trim of 1´´ or more from each stem.
3. Gently remove sleeve tearing it apart from each bunch.
4. Remove all foliage that may fall under water.
5. Place flowers in fresh tab water to re-hydrate for 8-10 hours minimum.
6. Place container in location of moderate temperature, avoid drafts and heat sources.7. For longest vase life, re-cut stems and change the water every other day.