Millions will receive flowers for Valentine's Day. In fact, roses are the #1 choice when selecting Valentine's Day flowers. Many are choosing roses, but in non-traditional ways. The romance and allure of garden roses has created a great demand for these types of blooms as cut flowers and we are seeing many people making these selections over the typical dozen long stemmed red roses. Whichever type of flowers you send this year, there are a few simple tips and tricks for keeping those blooms fresh well after the big day.
Here are my tips for keeping those Valentine’s Day blooms fresh:
If they arrive in a box or wrapped in cellophane, remove them immediately and prepare them for a vase as follows:
Most people find that by following these simple steps, you can extend the life of your blooms up to 14 days.