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Flower Care Instructions

Roses

Remove flowers from box immediately. While keeping the heads wrapped, cut 1 inch off the stems and put each bunch in water. Leave wrapped bunches in water for an hour before unwrapping heads to arrange into vases. Remove outer protective petals from roses and any greens from the part of the stems that will be in water. Greens can contaminate the water which could contaminate your flowers. If heads droop submerge entire flower in water for one hour to re-hydrate. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers. For best results, display your roses away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

Orchids
Remove flowers from box immediately. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in a vase and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every third day thereafter or as needed. If the blooms start to droop, re-cut flowers and change water immediately. For best results display your Orchids away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

Peruvian Lilies
Remove flowers from box immediately. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in vases and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Peruvian Lilies come partially closed and may take up to 3 days to fully bloom. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every third day thereafter or as needed. For best results display your Peruvian lilies away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

Gerber Daisies
Remove flowers from box immediately. Remove mesh from heads of flowers but keep plastic tube on each stem to prevent heads from drooping and stems from waving. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in vases and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Gerber Daisies come partially closed and may take a while to fully bloom. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every third day thereafter or as needed. If your Gerber Daisies necks start to bend change water immediately. For best results display flowers away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

Sunflowers
Remove flowers from box immediately. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in vases and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Sunflowers come partially closed and may take several days to fully bloom. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every third day thereafter or as needed. For best results display your Sunflowers away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

White Daisies
Remove flowers from box immediately. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in vases and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every three days there after or as needed. White Daisies consume a lot of water so check water levels daily and add fresh water as needed. For best results display your Daisies away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.

Carnations
Remove flowers from box immediately. Cut 1 inch off the stems and remove any greens from the lower part of the stem that will be in water; greens can contaminate the water which in turn can contaminate your flowers. Put water in vases and arrange flowers as soon as possible. Re-cut stems and change water on the third day you've had your flowers and every third day thereafter or as often as needed. For best results display your Carnations away from direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold.