How To Care For Your Flowers

Emily Woody


Once you receive your bouquet, cut about one inch off the stems or as much as you need to fit your vase. This will help them rehydrate faster.

Fill your clean vase with about 6 inches of water and place your flowers inside. The extra water keeps them better hydrated.

Place them in an area away from direct sunlight. The heat from the sun will cause them to wilt faster.

Keep them away from fruit bowls. Fruit emits a gas called ethylene as it ages. This gas can cause your flowers to wilt if they are in close proximity.

To maximize the vase life of the flowers you can change out the water daily.


Caution: The larkspur plant is considered poisonous. The leaves may cause skin irritation when touched, however we have not experienced any reactions after handling them. Do not ingest. Exercise caution around children and pets.. Larkspur are tall with thin stems and have star shaped blooms. This bouquet may include pale pink and smoky purple larkspur.