A bunch of flowers is commonly presented as a gift of love, appreciation,
congratulatory, graduation, wedding, decoration and memorial. Anyone would want their flowers to have a prolong lifespan while preserving the fresh image of each individual blooms as well as fillers.
How do we go about preserving the lifespan of a bunch of beautiful blooms?
Firstly, we should know that flowers do have their limited lifespan, what we can do is to lengthen their lifespan. There are some procedures and ways in which we can do to sustain the longevity of our flowers. We will be sharing our tested procedures and methods in just moments that you are searching to maximize the lifespan of your flowers.
Flower Care Tips
Trim the stems of the flower bunch you have brought home. Before trimming the stems, ensure gardening shear is not rusty or unclean. As rust and bacteria will inevitably reduce the lifespan as it pollutes the cleanliness of the water and harms the stems.
Using a garden shear, trim off at least an inch of the stem at a 45 degrees angle and place it in the vase of water immediately. Trimming off the stems without placing the flowers in the vase of water immediately will lead to oxidization in the stems which will result in a reduced rate of water absorption.
Prune Trim the leaves and the flowers to maintain a fresher look.
Before placing flowers into the vase of water, ensures that the leaves are trimmed while not letting any leaves submerged in the water.
Leaving the leaves submerged will encourage the growth of germs, which the stems will be slimy overtime. Daily trimming our flower petals and leaves are necessary for better water absorption and prevention of bacteria growth.
Place the flowers away from heat as it speeds up the blooming process which shortens the lifespan. Ensure also that the room is well ventilated
The Best rule of thumb is to trim the bouquet of flowers every day about a centimeter or two.