Here's our guide and tips for flowers:
Clean the flower vase thoroughly
Change water regularly
Changing the water in the flower vase regularly should be done to ensure that your flowers will grow properly. Make sure that you replace it with clean water. Check the cleanliness of the water in your flower vase 2 to 3 times a day so you can be assured that the water won’t hinder the growth of your flowers. Dirty water can produce germs and viruses in your flowers that may damage its roots and stems. Unclean water can also hinder the growth of your fresh blooms.
Cut the stems
Avoid direct sunlight
Too much sun exposure can harm your flowers. Make sure to place your flowers in an area where there’s no direct sunlight. Moderate room temperature is ideal for your flowers. You can place your flowers inside the house where they can still get fresh air. You can also put your flowers outside the house as long as there’s enough shade from rays of sunlight. It is crucial to maintain a certain balance between avoiding direct sunlight and letting your flowers breathe fresh air. None of these two precautions must be compromised.
Avoid harmful chemicals
Stay Away from Ripe Fruits
If you don’t know yet, a ripe fruit emits an invisible fuel and fragrant called ethylene. This gas is dangerous to flowers and plants but cannot harm humans. The idea behind this fact is that flowers are the heralds of fruits in the world of plants. As soon as a flower pollinates, it turns into a fruit, produces seeds and becomes a plant. Ethylene is considered as the gaseous material in a fruit which is responsible for why petals fall. Having said that, you must be mindful where you’ll place your flowers. Make sure that there are no ripe fruits in the area to ensure that your flowers will bloom beautifully.