Here are some helpful flower care tips to help you care for your flowers:

Rose care

Fill a vase with luke warm water and add a recommended floral preservative if available. Remove the Floss container and any follage which will be under water, with a sharp scissors make a slanting cut 3.5 cm off the stem ends, place  in a cool position away from draughts, sun and ripening fruit, every 3 to 4 days follow the first three steps again. Should rose(s) droop, recut as in step 3 and place stem bottoms in a container with 4 cm of very hot water, leave 2-3 minutes, then transfer to a vase of luke warm water.

Hand Tied Bouquet care

Do not remove tying ribbon as no further arranging is necessary, recut stems, place into a container of earm water, use preservative if enclosed.

Water filled Box Care

Your flowers are arranged in a water filled box and require no futher arranging. Top water level up if necessary and check water level daily.

Cut Flower Care

Fill a vase with luke warm water and add a recimmended floral preservative if available, carefully remove the flowers from the wrapping, remove any follage which will be under water, with a sharp scissors make a slanting cut 3.5 cm off the stem ends, arrange flowera as desired and place in a cool position away from draughts, sun and ripening fruit, every 3 to 4 days following the first three steps again.  Should roses or chrysanthemums droop, recut as in step four and place stems in a vase of very warm water. Handle chrysamthemums carefully, a knock can shatter them.

Bowl Arrangement Care

An arrangement or basket is delivered in its own container,water on arraival and daily. Place in cool location away from heat and draught. Keep in a cool place overnight.

t as in step 3 and place stem bottoms in a container with 4 cm of very hot water, leave 2-3 minutes, then transfer to a vase of luke warm water.