FLOWER CARE TIPS

As fresh flowers are transient in a weather like Singapore,
it is important that flowers are cared for correctly.
Here are some recommended tips to help extend the longevity of our florals:



BLOOM BOXES


Our Signature Bloom Boxes consist of an assortment of seasonal florals
carefully arranged. The Bloom Boxes acts as a vase hence, no repotting or
rearranging would be required.

1. Place them in a cool conditioned area away from direct sunlight and direct heat.
2. Pour a small teacup of water directly into the arrangement once every two days.
3. Spritz some water on the blooms once daily.

Approximate Longevity*: Up to 3 days


VASE ARRANGEMENTS


Our vase arrangements feature an assortment of florals hand-tied in an elegant spiral,
arranged in our signature cylindrical glass vase.

1. Place them in a cool conditioned area away from direct sunlight and direct heat.
2. Change out the water in the vase once every few days.
3. Trim the stems of the flowers whenever fresh water is added.
4. Spritz some water on the blooms once daily.

Approximate Longevity*: 3 - 5 days


BOUQUETS

All our Signature Bouquets come with a water bag wrapped in our standard
wax paper packaging, complete with a ribbon.

1. Remove flowers from packaging.
2. Prepare a vase of fresh water.
3. Trim the stems of the bouquet and transfer them into the vase.
4. Place them in a cool conditioned area away from direct sunlight and direct heat.
5. Change out the water in the vase once every few days.
6. Trim the stems of the flowers whenever fresh water is added.
7. Spritz some water on the blooms once daily.

Approximate Longevity*: Up to 3 days

ETERNITY FLORALS

The Eternity Collection features fresh florals that are treated and they continue to
look and feel fresh for months with minimal maintenance subject to the environment.

1. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
2. Place them in a cool and dry area.
3. Avoid moisture or water.

Approximate Longevity*: 6 months and above


NOTE:
*The longevity of florals is an approximate indication and is subject
to the recipient's environment and how they are cared for.