care Tips

Applies to 95% of all flowers: remove most of the leaves, cut freshly (diagonally). Hand-warm water - this should be changed every or every other day.
If this is not done soon after receiving the flowers, the lifespan will be drastically reduced.

 

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French / Austrian tulips:
  • Remove the bottom leaves
  • oblique or straight cut
Anemones:
  • oblique gate
  • Water changes every 3-4 days
Sweet peas:
  • Oblique bleed
Italian poppy seeds:
  • lots of hot water
  • Oblique bleed
  • Carefully remove the flower bracts after 1-2 days
  • optional: burn the end of the handle with a lighter for a few seconds
Ranunculus:
  • remove all leaves - these will quickly turn yellow
  • oblique gate
  • Water change after 1-2 days
Mimosa:
  • Remove the bottom flowers and leaves so that they don't swim in the water
  • oblique gate
  • short shelf life (2-4 days)
Forget Me Not:
  • Warm water
  • Remove 2/3 of the leaves
When they let it all hang:
  • cut much shorter
  • lots of warm water
  • Wrap in paper for 1 hour
Helleborus:
  • Warm water
  • Oblique bleed
When they let it all hang:
  • cut much shorter
  • lots of warm water
  • Wrap in paper for 1 hour
Iris:
  • oblique gate
  • remove bottom leaves
Daffodils and Hyacinths:
  • little water
  • Wash out with water for 10 minutes in a bucket
  • straight gate
  • change water after 2-3 days
Strelitzia:
  • Oblique bleed
  • Carefully pull the baby flowers out of the head
Quince white and pink:
  • much water
  • sloping gate if possible
Prunus:
  • remove the bottom buds and branches
  • oblique gate