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How long should my flowers last?Updated 5 months ago

Our flowers are shipped straight from farms and cut from the stems specifically for you - so they are very fresh and high-quality blooms. We do not guarantee how long they last, but we generally see that with proper care they will last at least a week. 
 
Here are some SIMPLE tips to extend the life of your stems - and have a great time doing it: 

1) Trim those stems! After taking your flowers out of the box (as soon as possible after delivery), trim each stem. You probably knew that already... but did you know you should trim each stem on an angle? This increases the surface area for the flowers to drink the water!

2) HYDRATE! When you receive your ReVased flowers, they will have been in transit and they will be thirsty. After trimming your stems, quickly put them into a vase with water. Pro tip: they actually don't need that much water in the vase, just make sure there is enough water to cover all the bottoms of all stems of the flowers (and check daily - see below)! 

3) Use flower food, or a creative at home flower solution! Your flowers will arrive with a packet of flower food - you can add about half upon arrival, and save the rest for later. But in case you run out of flower food: adding soda, vinegar, or even aspirin to your vase can help prolong the life of your flowers. 

4) Change the water frequently. Every day is best. This helps prevent bacteria and ensures your flowers always have enough to drink! Also, trim the stems about every three days, or when the ends are starting to look a little brown or gummy. Always trim on an angle!

5) Have fun arranging (and re-arranging)! We absolutely love playing around with flowers at ReVased. When we get a bouquet, we might change the design every time we trim our stems, putting our flowers in one large vase or several smaller ones, spreading the joy throughout our homes or offices.

6) Share the love! We love seeing how you've arranged your blooms! Share a pic with us ([email protected]) or tag us on social media @revasedflowers for a chance to be featured :)

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