How to help your flowers do their best and shine like never before
It's wonderful to receive flowers as a gift, the bouquet is an expressions of our feelings.
It is scientifically proven that being surrounded by flowers brightens our day, so there is nothing better than a riot of colors to illuminate a room or add a touch of color to a minimalist place with flowers.
These are some tricks and recommendations so that your flowers last longer and look wonderful.
1. Cut the ends
As soon as you receive them and take them out of the carry bag, basically after you cut the flowers, it only takes 40 seconds to close the pores, and that's very important to keep this in mind because, it's very important that you cut the right end before from placing them in a clean vase with fresh flowers, but also every time you change the water.
2. Clean your vase
Although the flowers are splendid, they produce a kind of bacteria that is very harmful to other flowers, so always make sure that you clean your vase very well before adding a new bunch of fresh flowers, otherwise if the vase is dirty it will kill your new flowers. blooms.
3. Change the water
Normally the flowers last 6-10 days, few of the long-lasting ones bloom even longer, so to help them last longer, try to cut the tips and clean your vase and change the water every day, or at least change it. . every time you start to see the water turn cloudy.
4. Vinegar and sugar, their best friends.
If you receive your flowers without flower food, a good trick is to add a teaspoon of vinegar and a teaspoon of sugar.
The vinegar will help stop the growth of bacteria and the sugar increases the fresh weight of the flowers and prolongs vase life.
5. Remove old blooms
In a bouquet or mixed flowers each flower has a different duration time, so it is very important to keep an eye of your flowers and each time you see a stem getting bad just takke it out to protect the rest of the flowers lasting longer.
6. Choose the perfect spoot to put your flowers
Pick the coolest place to put your flowers, they will last longer if you keep them far away from the directly sunshine light (that will be easy if you live in London).
Let us know how it goes!! and ENJOY YOUR BLOOMS!!! :)
Nini + Simone