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Now that you’ve received our beautiful PoPPY bouquet, return home and remove ALL of the wrapping. After that, find your favourite vase and clean it well using soap and water.   

 

STEP 1: UNWRAP IT

 

Now that you’ve received our beautiful  
Poppy bouquet, return home and  
remove all of the wrapping. 
Find your favourite vase and clean it well.

 

 

STEP 2: A FRESH CUT 

 

Grab a pair of scissors and trim at least 1.5cm
off the stem at a 45 degree angle.

Fun Fact: 
This allows the flowers a greater surface area
to drink up and prevents them from suffocating!
 

 

STEP 3: WATER UP

 

Flowers are great drinkers. 
Always fill your vase with clean water
and change the water in your vase daily
to maintain your fresh blooms!  
 

 

STEP 4: STAY COOL 

 

Place the flowers in the vase and ensure that all the
stems are submerged in water. Oh, and remember to
keep your flowers in cool areas! (18-22 °C)
Avoid direct sunlight or heat.

 

 

STEP 5: SHOWER THEM WITH LOVE

 

Finally, shower your flowers with love! Similar to us, flowers require an abundance of care and love!
Repeat steps 2-4 daily and remove any dried up or
decomposed parts to keep em’ fresh. We know that this can be too much of a hassle, but believe us, it’s worth it!

 

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Flowers' lifespan vary from *breed to breed. In Singapore where our climate is generally warmer, does has an impact on their full vase-life potential and ability to stay optimal fresh beyond 5 days, especially for delicate, imported fresh cut flowers. 

We like to consider it as a Floral Miracle if these delicate beauties could last beyond 5 days in room temperature, and be blessed by the Floral Fairies, you just might get to enjoy the beauties for up to a good 7 -8 days!

*Typically, only local breeds like Red Ginger flowers, Heliconias, Dendrobium Orchids & the likes will take to exposure in the heat and sun better..... But clean water is equally crucial.

 

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