• After purchase, put our roses in water in a well cleaned vase as quickly as possible.
  • Before putting the roses in the vase, trim the stems 5 cm diagonally with a sharp knife.
  • Ensure that the vase is well cleaned and that there is nothing left over sticking to the inside from a previous bouquet.
  • Remove the leaves that end up under water, so that the water does not become contaminated.
  • Add cut flower food for a stronger bloom and for water that remains clean for longer.
  • Ripening fruit is not good for roses because the gases released make the flowers wilt quickly.
  • Never mix new roses with old ones.
  • Replace turbid water on time and for that reason preferably use a glass vase, so that contamination is more clearly visible.
  • Enjoy our exquisite Red Naomi!
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