Product Care

1. Prepare a clean vase by filling it with cool water ¾ to the top

Ensure you dissolve the rose food in the water before adding the roses.

2. Remove water tubes & cut one inch off the bottom of each rose stem at a 45-degree angle

Do not use scissors, as they will not cut properly, resulting in the rose being unable to absorb enough water.

Using a sharp, clean utensil such as garden shears or a sharp kitchen knife will ensure the roses receive optimal hydration from the water mixture.

3. Keep roses away from ripening fruit

Ethylene gas given off by the fruit shortens the lifespan of your roses.

4. Avoid heat sources & direct sunlight

Keep your roses in a cool place with lots of shade.

Your roses will respond best to temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius.

5. Keep roses away from ripening fruit

Ethylene gas given off by the fruit shortens the lifespan of your roses.

6. Roses are always thirsty

Change the water completely every 2-3 days, adding more flower food after each water change.

Cut your rose stems again each time before placing them back in the water.

7. Keeping your roses looking their best

Gently removing outermost petals as they wilt or bruise, will reveal fresh new petals.