1. MY FLOWERS DON’T LAST. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
We recommend you follow each step outlined under the Flower Care section.
2. WHAT DO I DO IF THE WATER BECOMES CLOUDED AND THE BUDS DROP?
You probably forgot to remove the leaves from the bottom of the stems. Remember that the leaves must always be removed along the part of the stem that is in the water inside the vase. Too much water in the vase can also cause the same effect.
3. THE ROSES ARE DROOPING AFTER ONLY TWO OR THREE DAYS. WHY?
You probably aren’t trimming the stems every other day, or the water has been consumed. Please follow our recommendations for flower care.
4. IF THE BUDS DROOP, SHOULD I THROW THEM AWAY?
No don’t do that, Native Blooms flowers can be revived in most cases. Try the following:
Use hot – not boiling — water (20 – 30 degrees C at most).
Add a tablespoon of sugar and a few drops of lemon juice to the water.
Stir and pour into a vase until the level is 4 or 5 cm. (1 ½ – 2 in.) high. You may also use warm water with a teaspoon of sugar and a tablespoon of bleach (5% solution).
Place the roses in the vase.
When the water has cooled, trim the stems another 4 to 6 cms. (1 ½ – 2 ½ in.).
Throw away the prepared solution.
Places 7 to 10 cm. (3 to 4 in.) of clean water with flower food, and wait for the roses to react. You will be pleasantly surprised!!