How to take care of your flowers

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The bouquet comes with a tiny water source that see it through transportation but must be placed in a vase filled with water as soon as you receive it. Here are some tips to extend the life of your bouquet:

Flowers drink a lot of water! Make sure that you fill up the vase with tepid water to the string that holds the spiral of stems. Make sure no leaves go into the water.

Recut the stems before you put the flowers in the vase. It is best if you cut them diagonally. To extend their lifespan cut them every second day.

Replace the water every other day and ensure that the vase is clean to avoid that bacteria prevent flowers from drinking.

Avoid direct sunlight. Flowers enjoy cool spaces!

Do not put your bouquet next to fruits and vegetables. When they ripen they release a substance that makes flowers wilt more rapidly.

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Our sushis are precious coloured universes that can be placed on a dinner table, on your working desk or anywhere you like. They are a “ready to enjoy”arrangement. You will only have to add a little tepid water every other day, without putting the flowers in a separate vase.

Here are some tips to extend the life of your sushi:

Flowers drink a lot of water! Find a little space between the flowers and pour a little tepid water every other day without putting them in a separate vase.

For the sushi we recommend not to recut the stems because it would undo the design. 

Avoid direct sunlight. Flowers enjoy cool spaces! 

Do not put your sushi next to fruits and vegetables. When they ripen they release a substance that makes flowers wilt more rapidly.

if you want to know more about flowers come to one of our workshops