To keep your flowers fresh and vibrant, make sure to water them regularly. Fill a clean vase with fresh water and remove any foliage that might be submerged. Check the water level daily and replenish as needed to ensure the stems remain hydrated.


Trim the stems of your flowers at an angle before placing them in water. Use sharp, clean scissors or floral shears to make a clean cut, which will promote better water absorption. Remove any leaves or thorns that might be below the waterline to prevent bacterial growth.


Find a suitable location for your flowers away from direct sunlight, drafts, and heat sources. Exposure to direct sunlight can cause wilting, while drafts and heat can accelerate dehydration. Also, keep your flowers away from ripening fruits, as the ethylene gas they produce can shorten the lifespan of the blooms.

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