Flower Care Tips for the Freshest Flowers
To make sure your Petal Postflower arrangements are long lasting & beautiful, simply follow these steps.
Some flowers have more specific care instructions, so be sure to check with the info card included with your flowers.
- Start with a clean vase and clean sharp scissors or secateurs. Cleanliness is paramount for your petals!
- Prepare your vase by adding the correct does of floral food to tepid water. This will greatly increase the vase life of your blooms.
- Cut 2 – 3 cm from the bottom of the flower and foliage stems under running water at a 45-degree angle to enable absorption of water.
- Remove all foliage that will be under the water line to delay bacteria growth.
- Place flowers into prepared water at room temperature away from direct sunlight & drafts allowing them to re-hydrate. Keep flowers away from any fruit as fruit releases ethylene, which will make your blooms mature more quickly.
- If your flowers appear wilted after a day recut the stems following the directions above. Be sure to remove any wilting flowers or foliage from the arrangement, this will encourage other flowers to bloom, lasting longer.
- Change the water every two days, with flower food, recutting the stems. During Sydney’s warmer months top up the water every other day.
- So that you get the most out of your flowers, often they'll arrive in early bloom. Some flowers will last longer than others.
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