Only an acquired bouquet of roses pleases the eye with its splendor. Gorgeous, royal flowers not only give you joy and aesthetic pleasing, but also are stunning elements in any decor. What can we say about the representatives of the beautiful half, for whom the rose is always the most wonderful gift! A delicate aroma, a magnificent appearance and a memorable color are the main advantages of the royal flower over its many competitors.
If you want to enjoy a magnificent bouquet for as long as possible, you should learn a couple of simple rules for their storage. An oblique cut, which is done by experienced florists, allows the stem to increase the surface, which absorbs water. This makes it possible to achieve improved water absorption by the stem. You can avoid the development of bacteria by simply removing the thorns of the end of the flower, leaving the rose leaves above the water in your bouquet vase.
Using tap water is a disgusting decision - boiled or non-chlorinated water will be the right choice. A tablet of the familiar aspirin dissolves in a vase for us - such a solution must be changed within three to five days. The stems of the flower are washed with water, and the slices we make are updated. Using a specialized preservative for floristry allows you to extend the life of your bouquet. The budget option that replaces professional floristic solutions is the following recipe: 150 milligrams of citric acid is dissolved in 1 liter of boiled water, mixing it with two tablespoons of sugar or three cubes of refined sugar.
Roses disgustingly tolerate direct sunlight, cigarette smoke and drafts - it is considered good practice to store such delicate flowers in a shaded, cool room without drafts and access to the sun. It is useful to leave roses alone without mixing them with different types of flowers, because carnations and tulips, lilies of the valley, lilies and dahlias have a depressing effect on your magnificent bouquet. I’ll mention separately about the sensitivity of roses to ethylene - you should definitely not leave your flowers next to fruit trays.
The bouquet's lifespan depends on the variety - less resistant specimens with delicate petals of white and pink color are less durable than their fellow tribesmen with dense petals. Speaking about the service life, it is worth saying that it varies between eight to fourteen days. If your bouquet has lost its former splendor much earlier than the specified time, this indicates that air has got into the stem of the flower, and you should look for the damaged area above the water level, and cut it off by placing it in warm water.
Our site presents a wide catalog of roses of various color palettes, stem lengths and varieties. Choosing a copy you like, you just have to place an order on our website - our specialists will take care of the rest. The joy of your near and dear ones is our work, and we approach it with all responsibility. If you need a consultation, our specialists are at your service, which approaches the question of floristry with the love inherent in a true professional.