Smile Floral - How to Keep Your Cut Flowers Fresh It does happen that you get a flower for your graduation, other celebrations or just as a gesture of goodwill. Often, the flower would not look the same by the time it reaches the evening on the same day. In short, nothing like the beautiful gift you got earlier in the day. However, Smile Floral believe that it does not have to be the saddening case! In fact, you can make your fresh cut flowers last longer with these simple tips below: 1. Cut the stems As soon as you get the flowers, cut them at the lower stems. Ensure you cut just about an inch or two from the base of the stem, and at a slight angle too. This will improve the rate at which the stems can take in water as opposed to when they just have flat bases. But if your flowers are from Smile Floral, the bouquets are already wrapped with some cotton and water at the stems so there is no rush to transfer it to a clean vase and you can do so after a few days! \ Speaking of water…
- Posted: January 17, 2020Posted: January 17, 2020
It seems like an odd comparison, given that roses and lilies are physically different and it’s not hard to tell them apart. The rose, arguably the most popular among flowers, is a perennial flowering plant characterized by its distinct arrangement of petals and bulbous bloom. The lily, on the other hand, is known for being a tall and elegant flower with a recognizable pistil at the centre. Perhaps the comparison then is not about the looks of the blossoms, but about the meanings they evoke. The English poet William Cowper once compared the two blooms in his poem “The Lily and the Rose”, in which the flowers vie to become the queen of the garden. In his defence, both flowers exude a regal personality and connote an idea of love, albeit in different interpretations. The Rose by any other name If there is a flower that perfectly embodies passion and a queen-like disposition, the Rose is arguably the first on the list. But then, roses come in different colours and, with them, new meanings. Our u
- Posted: January 01, 2020
Flowers are a gift full of meaning – from the type of flower to their colour and numbers. There are countless combinations to explore. Out of all these combinations, none is more well-known than the bouquet of 99 roses. Roses are probably the most popular flower in the world. Roses are gifted in bouquets for almost every occasion, not to mention that red roses symbolise traditional love and romance.
For many people, receiving a huge bouquet of roses is enough to cause cheeks to blush and a smile across the lips. Make it all the sweeter for them by explaining the meaning behind the number of roses.
A Timeless Bouquet