Category Archives: Flower Care & Handling

How to Make Flowers Last Longer

Make a Simple Floral Bouquet Last Up to Three Weeks It has been scientifically proven that flowers make people feel good. According to behavioral research conducted at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, nature provides us with a simple … Continue reading

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Caring for Cut Flowers in Five Easy Steps

Care for Cut Flowers In Order to Keep Them Fresh  Step One: Always use clean vases or containers. Bacteria in the water will shorten the life span of your flowers. Household bleach is an excellent cleaning agent for your floral containers. Step Two: … Continue reading

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Homemade Floral Food

How to Make Your Own Food For Flowers There are 3 ingredients that are helpful when trying to keep your flowers fresh and long-lasting. They are: Sugar – provides nutrition for flowers Citric acid – acts as an acidifier and … Continue reading

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Make The Most Of Your Graduate’s Corsage

Tips on Choosing Your Grads Corsage! The summer weather is here and that can only mean one thing; graduation time! Whether graduating kindergarten or college, it is a blissful, bittersweet celebration. This is their day to shine, and what is … Continue reading

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How To Keep Your Valentine Roses Alive For Weeks

If you were the lucky recipient of a beautiful floral arrangement from someone special this Valentine’s Day, you want the flowers to last as long as possible. Learn how to keep your Valentine roses alive for up to two to … Continue reading

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Flower Care

I believe that having flowers in your life on a regular basis, no matter how simple, makes your life a little nicer and a little more special. I will be sharing many ideas and tips on creative ways to bring … Continue reading

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