Caring for your roses is an art. Here are some helpful tips that you can follow to preserve the freshness, vitality, and longevity of your romantic bouquet of blooms.
Make sure you choose a vase that is reasonably sized to accommodate the length of your roses. When you receive your flowers, it is important to find a vase as soon as possible to retain moisture and the vitality of your blooms. Choose a vase that will provide plenty of space to bloom and thrive in its environment.
Once you receive your bundle of joy, remember to gently remove the plastic or the tie binding the bouquet of roses together. It is important to handle your flowers with care, so as not to damage the leaves or have the petals fall off. Do not keep the plastic covering unless you need to transport the bouquet elsewhere.
It is important to avoid bluntly cutting stems. Retain your rose bouquet’s natural essence by cutting the stems at a certain angle so that your flowers can thrive. Trimming flowers allows for the water to reach the flowers, greatly aiding in the preservation of longevity and freshness of your beautiful blooms.
We all need water to survive. Take care of your plant babies by changing the water at least every two days or until you notice a change in water color. You can also add a sprinkle of flower food to feed your flowers with the nutrients it needs to survive and look healthy.