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We created this page as a resource to help you better care for beautiful blooms and plants! Here you'll find tips, tricks, and random fun facts.

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​Flower Care 101
  • Cut the tips of flowers on a diagonal (for better hydration). 

  • Pick out your favorite vase & fill with room temperature water. 

  • Remove any foliage that falls below the water line in your vase (will cause bacteria growth & shorten life).   

  • Change water daily & give the stems a fresh snip every few days. 

  • keep flowers away from direct sunlight & fruit (gives off a gas that causes the flower to age). 

  • Enjoy & share! 

FLowering Branches 
  • Refresh the water every few days and mist if the air is dry

  • Avoid direct sunlight - it can stunt the branch from flowering

  • Thrives in temperatures between 60-65°F

  • Pro-tip - Smashing the ends of the branches with a hammer helps the flowering branches drink water better and it’s an excellent stress reliever!

Examples: Quince, Forsythia, Cherry blooms - basically anything with a woody stem.

The boil water method to revive floppy flowers 
  • Boil water & pour into a small vessel

  • Cut the tips of the stems on a diagonal & dip 1/4 inch of each stem into boiling water for 30-60 seconds (protect flowers from steam). *Most times you will see bubbles coming out of the stem - that means it's working.

  • Put into cool water immediately & let the flowers sit for 3 hours minimum or place overnight in a refrigerator for the best results (cool dark room can work too).  

  • The flowers will perk right up!  

​How to bottom WateR your plants 
  • Place plant into a shallow bowl - 1/4 filled with water. 

  • Let them drink 5-15 min. or whenever you see that the soil is moist all the way to the top.

  • Now allow them to hang out for a few minutes to drain the excess water. It’s that simple!

Philodendron hearts 
  • Sunlight - Loves medium indirect light, but can tolerate low indirect light (Note: direct sunlight may cause the plants color to fade)

  • Water - Allow the soil to dry out between waterings on average about 1-2 weeks. Remember to Increase frequency with increased light & during cold months water less.

  • Temperature - Thrives in temperatures between 65°F-75°F​

  • Pro-tip - moist air will help lead to larger leaves and faster growth so grab your mister!

Hen and Chick succulents​
  • Sunlight - Let them soak up full sun (where your plant will receive the most direct light) for about 6 hours daily . 

  • Water - These gems are desert babies which means they are accustomed to very little water and even soil. We suggest *bottom watering (explained above) when soil is completely dry. 

  • Soil - well drained works best for succulents. It helps to mimic their natural environment (sandy, gravelly soil). 

Did you know? During the winter months some varieties magically change into vibrant colors!

​Winter makes plants sleepy
  • Just like us, all plants need to rest so during cool winter months

  • Cut back on watering and don't be worried if they stop growing.  It’s totally natural :)

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