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How can I take care of my flowers?

Your flowers were cut for you, fresh from the stem, and should have a long and lovely life! Always remember to trim, hydrate, and care for your stems! Up your vase life with these helpful tips about popular flowers we often include:. Roses: Roses hav

How can I take care of my dried flowers?

We love dried flowers. C’mon, what’s not to love? They are gorgeous and super, duper long-lasting! If treated properly, your dried stems can last for months or years to come!. We currently source our dried flowers from a Rainforest Alliance Certified

How can I take care of my plants?

🌿 The Sweetest Rattlesnake, AKA, the Calathea Lancifolia "Rattlesnake," has gorgeous dark green leaves with unique ripples, and a purplish underside! Commonly called the Peacock Plant or Zebra Plant, its leaves adjust as the sun rotates throughout t

How can I care for tropical flowers?

Here are some tips on how to care for your tropical flowers!. 1) Grown in hot & humid climates, tropical flowers need a LOT of water! Fill your vase 2/3 full with clean water + flower food, or a creative at home flower solution! (If you run out of fl

Do you have any tips for DIY?

Here are some DIY Tips and Tricks!. 1) Upon arrival, remove the flowers from the box, and remove all wrapping. Good news - you can recycle or upcycle all materials in the box!. There will be 6 different varieties of flowers in this DIY box: pink rose

How can I care for roses?

Here are some tips on how to care for your roses!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (roses & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2) Fill a

How can I care for lillies?

Here are some tips on how to care for your lillies!1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (lilies & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2) Fill a

How can I care for gerbera daisies?

Here are some tips on how to care for gerbera daisies!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (gerberas & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2)

How can I care for ranunculus?

Here are some tips on how to care for your ranunculus!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (ranunculus & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water.

How can I care for eucalyptus?

Here are some tips on how to care for your eucalyptus stems!

How can I care for calla lilies?

Here are some tips on how to care for your calla lilies!.

How can I care for hypericum berries?

Here are some tips on how to care for your hypericum berries!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (hypericum berries & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to dri

How can I care for anemones?

Here are some tips on how to care for your anemones!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (anemones & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2) F

Do you have any tips for greenery?

Here are some tips on how to care for your greenery!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem (greenery & every stem in the bouquet!), on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2) F

What is the right climate for my cut flowers?

Let's talk about the right climate for flowers! Flowers are delicate, and putting them in the right place makes all the difference. Try to avoid intensely hot or cold spots- i.e., don't put your blooms near the stove, the heater, or right by an air c

Do you have any tips on how to arrange my flowers?

Here are some tips on how to arrange your blooms like a florist!. 1) Upon arrival, trim at least 1 inch off each stem on an angle. Trimming on an angle allows for more surface area for the flowers to drink the water. 2) Fill a clean vase ¼ full with