How to take care of cut flowers
You can transform any boring desk in a beautiful place with gorgeous and best-cut flowers in a vase. Whether you order them direct from a florist or receive as a present, it works really well. Sometimes we face difficulty storing cut natural flowers young and growing inside. Understanding which types of buds are the fittest to turn for long-lasting cut blossoms is the initial move. Here are some tips to keep cut flowers steady:
Choose Fresh and Healthful Cut Flowers for Vase
- The stems must be green touch and steady, not oozy.
- Only use fresh water and it should breathe pure.
- Avoid damaged stalks or faded buds ( Blackened)
Things to do before you put the flowers into a vase!
- Preserve flowers in cooling until you can put them in the water.
- Don't forget to ensure a clean cut an inch or less up the petiole while petioles are sunken.
- The vase and other accessories must be clean and good condition (quality).
- The next step is to eliminate the leaves which touch the water.
How to Keep best-cut flowers Blooming?
- Try to arrange the space according to the lights, keep the best-cut flowers vase out of direct daylight.
- Replace the water regularly (each next day).
- Ensure a clean-cut an inch each period you modify the water.