Flower Care | Step-by-Step Guide To Caring For Your Blooms – Amazing Graze Flowers icon-account icon-glass

Flower Care


You've received an amazing bouquet from Amazing Graze Flowers! Follow the simple steps below to get the most out of your beautiful blooms.

STEP ONE
Remove packaging from the flowers including the bag that contains the hydration gel keeping your flowers fresh whilst in transit. Be careful not to remove the florist string keeping your beautiful blooms together.

STEP TWO
Find a suitable vase and fill with fresh clean tap water.

STEP THREE
Trim the bottom of your stems at least 2-3 cm at an angle.

STEP FOUR
Adjust any stems making your bouquet as full as possible.

ONGOING CARE TIPS
Replace water every 2-3 days so no bacteria grows on the stems. Trim at least 1 cm off the stems every 2-3 days allowing water to continue to flow through them. This will help them live longer. Keep your beautiful blooms away from direct sunlight or heaters. 

ROSES -  CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Trim the bottom of your rose stems at least 2-3cm at an angle. Place in fresh clean water. Never spray your roses with water as this will create mould growth on the petals. 

If flowers are arranged in florist foam, top up with clean water daily, taking care not to over fill. If you have received cut flowers. Every 2-3 days Trim stems diagonal about 2 cm from the base prior to placing in clean water. Take special care to remove all leaves that will be under water as they contain bacteria that may lead to shortening the life of flowers. Avoid spraying rose heads directly with water as the water droplets will slide down the petals and cause rotting and spoil the life of your roses If you receive hydrangeas, they need more water than others.  If the hydrangea are wilted you can dunk/ submerge the heads underwater for 30mins and then smash the stems before returning them to drink more fresh water. Position flowers away from draughts, direct heat or sunlight. Do not place them near heat generating appliances such as Tvs or Microwaves As some flowers will last longer than others, carefully remove spent blooms, especially if other flowers in your display are still alive.