In order for the cut flowers to stay in the water longer, they must be properly cared for. With proper care, the lifespan of your bouquet will be much longer! Take your time and take advice from our florists:
Flowers love a clean environment, so be sure to wash the vase. This will neutralize all bacteria.
Before placing the flowers in a vase with water, cut the stem by 1-2 cm at an angle of 45 degrees. Thanks to the fresh cut, the flowers can drink water.
The flowers should be placed in clean cool water. Due to the bacteria that appear in the water, the flowers can spoil, so you need to change the water often. It is desirable to change the water and update the cut of the flower every day. For most flowers, the rule is - the more water, the better.
To each bouquet we add several sachets of chrysal - a special substance that prevents the rapid growth of bacteria and allows the flower to stay fresh longer. Don't forget to add it to fresh water.
If you choose where to put flowers, choose a cool place, but always with a positive temperature. Also, flowers do not like heat, so do not put them in the sun or in places where there is direct sunlight. Also, cut flowers should not be kept near heaters for. When you bring flowers from the cold in winter, you do not need to put them in water right away. Let them stand without water for a while to get used to the room temperature.
Different flowers have different lifespans. If a flower in the vase has failed, throw it away so that it does not contaminate the water and shorten the life of other flowers.
We hope that with our simple tips the flowers given to you will please you and others for a long time!