Once you've received a beautiful bouquet of luxury flowers or an elegant plant, you'll want to keep them looking their best for as long as possible. Follow our handy care instructions below to ensure you can enjoy your blooms for longer.

  • 1. Prepare the Vase:

    Start by thoroughly washing and rinsing your vase, avoiding the use of metal vases as they can affect nutrient value. Fill the vase half full with fresh lukewarm water.

  • 2. Bouquet Arrangement:

    Remove all packaging and trim 2-3cm off the stems at a 45-degree angle to enhance water absorption. Maintain the bouquet's integrity by leaving the string on initially. For a more natural look, you can cut the string after the flowers are in the vase.

  • 3. Ideal Placement:

    Place your flowers in a cool spot, avoiding direct sunlight, radiators, or drafty areas, to avoid wilting. Also, keep them away from fruit bowls, as fruit releases ethylene gas, which can age your flowers.

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  • 4. Watering Routine:

    Top up the water in the vase daily and replace it every few days. Additionally, recut the stems every three days to ensure optimal water absorption.

  • 5. Cautionary Notes:

    Some flowers and plan eg. foxgloves, lily of the valley, and lilies can be toxic, especially to pets. Avoid contact with children and animals, and handle flowers with gloves. Wash your hands before eating or drinking .

  • 6: Finally:

    Remember to follow these comprehensive care guidelines to ensure your flowers remain vibrant and beautiful for an extended period. Enjoy your blooming bouquets!

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Additional Tips:

  • Remove wilted flowers promptly to enhance the bouquet's appearance and prevent bacterial spread.
  • Change the water every 2-3 days to keep the flowers fresh and hydrated.
  • Remove any leaves below the waterline.

Plant care guide

  • 1. Watering:

    To determine when your plant needs water, check the soil's top 1-2 inches. Water if it feels dry; otherwise, wait a few days. Minimize mess by watering in the sink , allowing drainage for a few minutes. In winter, reduce watering frequency .

  • 2. Light:

    Choose plants based on your home's light conditions, adjusting plant placement accordingly.

  • 3. Soil & Food:

    Different plants prefer various soils. Generally, indoor soil contains peat moss, vermiculite, and perlite. Feed plants every two weeks during spring and summer, their peak growing seasons.

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  • 4. Repotting:

    Repotting is essential for a thriving plant. Fill a larger planter, gently remove the plant, place it in the new pot, and cover with soil. Water and pat the soil down.

  • 5. Climate:

    Increase humidity with misting, pebble trays, or humidifiers. Placing plants in naturally humid rooms like bathrooms is beneficial to some plants. In summer, check soil moisture more frequently.

  • 6. Care:

    Regularly dust plant leaves to maintain their health; a quick rinse or wipe with a damp cloth works wonders. And if your plant appears wilted or droopy, it likely needs a good drink.

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Additional Tips:

  • Plants need water, sunlight, air, nutrition, and space to grow. Providing these essentials ensures healthy growth.
  • In summer, consider moving plants to sunnier spots, and prune to remove unhealthy leaves or branches.
  • If bug problems persist, sanitize plants with mild soapy water or repot in fresh soil; consider using indoor pesticides cautiously.