Lilac season, fragrant yet fleeting. These beautiful flowers are a sure sign of Spring, but they don't last long. Grab this 5-stem bunch before they're gone 'til next year.
CUT: Trim the bottom 1/4” off each stem, and for lilacs, vertically up the stem 1/2". This gives blooms a little more surface area to drink and keeps them from sitting on the bottom of the vase.
WATER: Flowers are thirsty! Fill your vase with cold tap water and get those babies in ASAP. Changing the water daily will give you extra days of vase life.
-If you’re bringing your bouquet or arrangement to another location, make ‘er quick! Think of your flowers as a tub of ice cream. That’s about how long you’d want to leave your beauties sitting in the car.
-Place your flowers out of direct sunlight. Sunshine and heat are things of the past for them now that they are cut.
-Some flowers last for several days and some can last for a couple weeks! As certain flowers fade, pull them out and continue to enjoy the rest of the bunch.
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