This gorgeous bouquet showcases the warm colors of autumn in a rectangular wooden planter. Bring autumn to your table with this tasteful arrangement of red roses, orange mini gerbera, carnations, and alstro, bronze pomps, orange carnations, orange alstro, yellow buttons, sunflowers, mini cat tails, and wheat.
CARING FOR YOUR FLOWERS
When your flowers arrive at their destination, they may look a bit thirsty. Here are some tips to help hydrate and care for your flowers, so they can bloom to their fullest potential and last as long as possible.
- Unpack your flowers immediately
- Fill a clean vase with fresh, cool water
- Using sharp scissors or garden shears, make a 45-degree angle cut at least 1-2 inches off the end of the stems
- Arrange the flowers in the vase as desired
- Allow the flowers to hydrate for 1-2 hours
- Remove any foliage that falls below the waterline of your container. Leaves will rot and cause bacteria to form and shorten the flower’s life.
- Re-cut the stems and refresh the flower food and water every two days.
- Do not place flowers in direct sunlight or near fruits, heat and drafts.
- Remove wilting flowers as they appear, to prevent bacterial growth.