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Tips for Keeping Cut Flowers Fresh For Longer

Flowers have the power to change the aura of a place with just their presence. Having a bunch of fresh flowers in your room could not only offer a soothing scene for your eyes but also create an enchanting fragrant environment.

We use flowers on every special occasion. However, one of the biggest issues we face with fresh flowers is that they wilt promptly. Well, fear no more! In this article, we will explore some useful tips to make your beauties bloom for longer. Whether you got your beautiful blooms from the supermarket or someone gifted them to you as a gesture, your room will witness the freshness and fragrance for an extended period with these tips.

  • Cut the stem properly:

Choose a large vase to place your flowers in, and add fresh water in it. However, it’s prudent and essential to cut the stem about an inch from the bottom. After cutting the stems, remove any leaves that would be soaked underwater as well, to avoid rotting.

  • Cold temperature:

Keeping the temperature of the water low slows down the ageing process. So it would be advisable to keep your flowers in constant cold water and refresh the water every day. That’s why most of the experts advise placing fresh flowers in the fridge because the temperature in the fridge is lower.

  • Re-cutting of stems:

Cutting the stems of the flowers expose them to fresh water and by doing so, it keeps them fresher for longer. So, every time you change the water, re-cut the stems a bit.

  • Flower food:

One of the best ways to keep flowers fresh for a longer period is the use of flower food. Although there are many brands and foods available on the market, if you want to make it at home, you can do so by following these steps. Take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar along with two tablespoons of white sugar, mix these two ingredients in the water before placing the fresh flowers.

Vinegar offers the anti-bacterial properties while the sugar act as the alternative for the plant food and keeps the flowers fresh for the longest period.

  • Lukewarm water:

If after trying all the above tips, your flowers still wilt, then the best thing to do is to place them in warm water for about 30 minutes. However, be very careful with this technique as this will only help with flowers which do not have bulbs. With the help of this technique, you can perk the sagging stems up in a pinch.

Having flowers around you gives you the positive energy to keep your day bright and energetic. Try the tips mentioned above to keep your fresh flowers blooming for several days.



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