When designing and creating flower arrangements, many different flowers are used. In the flower industry, mixed flower bouquets are well known and a gift for occasions, events and celebrations are recommended. We’re here to advise you on how to take good care of your flowers.
Here's our guide and tips for flowers:
Change the water regularly
A lot of water is needed for flowers. The flowers are getting water in the vase each day. Keep the vase full of water to avoid the drying and wilting of flowers. Often, flowers are very susceptible to bacteria that emerge as stems in the water. Every day, your flowers can keep fresh further when you change the water in your vase and avoid the awful, rotting smell that comes with long periods.
Taking off the dry and dead layer
When the flower’s stem is dried out and the cells are dead, they barely absorb the water That’s why we need to remove the stem before we put it back on the vase so the fresh stem will absorb the water better. Dead leaves and stems can affect the flowers other parts that’s why we’ve got to remove it if you find something dead and dry leaf and stems.
Keep in good temperature
Put away your flowers from the sun’s direct heat. Keep them in a good place of temperature. Flowers are the same as humans that can be burned in a very hot environment. We need to keep our flowers away from the intense heat that causes the colour to dry and fade.
Ripe Fruits are dangerous to flowers
A ripe fruit produces an invisible fragrant fuel called ethylene. The gas is toxic to plants but harmless to humans. The concept behind it is flowers are the precursors of fruit in the world of plants. It becomes a fruit when a flower becomes pollinated so it can form seeds and re-enter a cycle of plant life. Ethylene is the fruit’s gaseous material which allows the flower petals to fall.
Clean your Vase
Bacteria and viruses develop in unclean vases, so you don’t allow it to dry without cleaning it. The vase has been filled with bacteria before you add water and the same bacteria that killed the last bouquet and then target your new bouquet. Give your flowers a new, dry, and long-lasting bacteria-free environment.
Use Sharp to cut
It damages the tissue/cells at the end of the stem whenever you use a darkened old scissor while cutting the flower stem. Damaged cells can not absorb water as healthy cells as quickly as possible. Sharp scissors guarantee a clean cut off the stem.
Stay out of the harmful environment
Plants are also sensitive to a harmful world. We will keep our flowers safe away from cigarettes and poisons because they are affected by it. They require fresh and clean air, like us human beings. Whenever the environment is very filthy and polluted, it destroys them.