Basic Product Care

Simple steps to prolong the shelf life of your floral arrangements

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Fresh Roses

and other Fresh Flowers

*** This arrangement contains hydrated floral foam inside

- Keep away from heat and direct sunlight.

Cut flowers generally last longer in cooler environments.

- It is best to display your bouquet in an area with good airflow,

but not in the path of direct airdrafts.

- Keep away from humidity as this will encourage mold growth.

- Keep away from ripening fruits and vegetables as these emit ethylene gas that can cause wilting.

- When some of the outer petals start to brown, you may carefully pluck them out to reveal fresher petals inside.

- It is important that the floral foam stays saturated. After 2-3 days, add some water by carefully pouring from the center of the bouquet, making sure the water drips within the plastic lining inside the box.

*** Note: The vase life of flowers may vary depending on the type and variety

Fresh Tulips

*** This arrangement contains hydrated floral foam inside

- Carefully remove the protective netting (if any),

to allow the flowers to bloom.

- Keep away from heat and direct sunlight. Tulips LOVE cold environments.

- Do not place in the path of direct air drafts.

- Keep away from ripening fruits and vegetables as these emit ethylene gas that can cause wilting.

- Tulips are THIRSTY flowers. It is important that the floral foam stays saturated. Add clean, preferably COLD, water everyday (around 3tbsps). Carefully pour from the center of the bouquet, making sure the water drips within the plastic lining inside the box.

- In case the stems starts to droop, you may transfer the flowers to a vase with CLEAN, COLD water for them to hydrate better. Give the stems a fresh cut before doing so.

*** Note: Tulips are sensitive to heat and may wilt faster at warmer temperatures.

Placing them in a chiller or cool room will help extend their vase life.

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Dryable Fresh Flowers

(eg: "Cotton Candy"/Gypsophilas)

*** This arrangement contains hydrated floral foam inside

- This arrangement of fresh gypsophila flowers will naturally dry up.

When dried, the blooms will shrink a little, but the color will stay.

- Keep away from heat and direct sunlight.

- Keep away from humidity as this will encourage mold growth.

- It is best to display your bouquet in an area with good airflow,

but not in the path of direct air drafts, so that the flowers will dry up properly.

- Follow these simple steps so you can enjoy the rustic charm of your dried gypsophila bouquet for several months.

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Preserved Rose or Peony Capsules

or Buckets

- Do not water nor expose to any form of liquid, such as mist or perfume,

as moisture will cause mold growth.

- Do not expose to heat nor direct sunlight.

- Avoid frequent touching of the petals as these are quite delicate.

- If dust collects on the flowers, gently clean with a soft-bristled brush

or a stream of dry air (eg: from hair dryer on lowest setting with no heat)

- It is best to display your preserved rose arrangement in a room temperature, humidity-free environment. 

- In case of mold formation (which may occur especially during rainy season), gently wipe off with a soft cloth and place in an area with good ventilation.

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Other Preserved Flowers

(eg: Hydrangeas)

- Display indoors where they are protected from the elements.

- Keep away from heat and direct sunlight as these may cause the flowers to fade and become brittle.

- Keep away from humidity as this will cause mold growth.

In case of mold formation (which may occur especially during rainy season), gently wipe off with a soft cloth and place in an area with good ventilation.

- For smaller flowers/leaves (such as hydrangeas, lavender, or lagurus), clean off dust by using a hair dryer on lowest setting with no heat.