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Plants

Do not stand plants on polished surfaces or televisions
Most plants can be mist sprayed lightly but not hairy leaved plants. Avoid draughts and direct heat.
Planted Bowl – Keep in fairly warm room with good
Light, keep soil moist but don’t overwater. Ensure all plants receive water. Feed once every two weeks in Spring/Summer. Remove any damaged/faded leaves.
Stand in good light but not direct sunlight, keep soil moist but do not overwater or allow to stand in water. Feed every two weeks whilst flowering, remove any blooms as they fade.
Foliage/Tropical Plants – Keep in fairly warm room with good light, keep soil moist but do not overwater.
Feed once every two weeks in Spring/Summer. Remove any damaged/faded leaves.



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Hand Tied Arrangement

If your hand-tied is aqua packed with water in the base, snip the water bag over a sink to release the water.
Leave the packaging on if desired, or remove with care but do not unite your flowers. Stand bouquet in a vase containing water with flower food added as instructed on the packet. Keep flowers in a cool, draught free area, out of direct sunlight and away from fruit.
The cooler the room the longer your flowers will last. Remove any faded blooms or foliage as soon as possible. Change water in vase at least twice a week.



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Cut Flowers

On receipt of your flowers, unwrap with care. Add flower food to water in a vase.
Cut the base of the stem, remove any foliage that will be below the water level.
Arrange flowers and place vase away from direct sunlight, radiators and draughts. The cooler the room, the longer the flowers will last.
Change the water at least twice a week, remove any faded blooms to encourage buds to open.
Contact your florist as soon as possible if you experience any problems.



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Roses

On receipt of your roses, remove the packaging with care.
Bouquet of Roses – remove 1” from the stem end with sharp knife and cut on the angle. Do not crush the stem – this prevents the rose taking up water. Stand in a deep vase filled with water with the flower food added.
Hand Tied bouquet of roses – do not unite your flowers, cut stems as above and stand in vase of water with flower food added. Change water in the vase at least twice a week. If the rose head flops, cut off the stem end as above and stand the rose in 1” of boiling water as soon as possible. Keep the roses away from draughts, fruit and radiators, the cooler the room the longer they will last. Contact your florist if you experience problems.