Bouquet Care

Take it off Baby!
When you receive your gorgeous flower bouquet, remove the outer paper wrapping as well as the wet wrap around the stems, which is all compostable and biodegradable.

Fresh Cuts
Start your bouquet off on the right foot with a quick trim! Find a pair of scissors, kitchen shears or even a sharp kitchen knife and trim at least 1/2" off each stem. Pro Tip: aim for a 45° angle. This provides more surface area for the flowers to drink from and prevents the stems from sitting flush to the bottom of the vase (where bacteria can build up). Daily stem trims (or as often as you can remember) will also help to ensure your stems can get a fresh drink as they age!

Water is Life
Your flowers are going to appreciate a drink and to settle into their new home. Fill a vase with cool tap water and pop the bouquet in (after you’ve trimmed the stems of course)! Pro Tip: change the water daily (or as often as you can possibly remember!) This helps reduce the growth of bacteria in the vase water which will help you to get more bloom life from your bouquet.

Extra Tips
Help your flowers live their best life and keep them out of direct sunlight and extreme heat. Unlike in the field, cut flowers don't love sunshine or heat. In fact, both can dramatically shorten their lifespan in the vase. That means that sunny windowsill is off limits, but three feet (or so!) away is a prime location! Last, it’s important to remember that with a mixed arrangement, different flowers will have longer blooming life than others. Take care to remove the blooms that begin to wilt before the others! Just like changing the vase water, this will help to prevent excessive bacteria build up and extend the life of the rest of the flowers in the arrangement! It’s also a great time to add in new blooms to keep that bouquet looking awesome!
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