Product and Care
Check your flowers daily
Keep the composition jar with fresh water. If you completely change the water, you will also need to clean the container thoroughly. Every few days, remove the flowers from the design and cut the stems again. Remove 1-2 cm from the stem and be sure to cut the stem at an angle to allow the flower to have the best chance of getting water. Use a sharp knife or sharp pruner. Avoid breaking or puncturing the stems, as this can damage the stems and prevent water absorption. Remove any flowers or damaged flowers or foliage that fall into the vase.
With a little attention to lighting, watering and temperature, your plant will be a beautiful reminder of the person who gave you for many months.All plants have different watering needs and these needs vary depending on the time of year and the temperature. Before watering our plants, we first check that their soil has dried. If it still has a noticeable humidity it does not need to be watered.
Excessive watering is the most common cause of problems in indoor plants. We make sure to empty the saucers often and if our plant is in a pot without a saucer, we adjust the watering in small quantities so that it does not rot.
In general, indoor plants need watering about once a week.
Water the plant and let the excess water run to the bottom of the container in the sink or saucer.
Prune leaves or flowers that are over their edge and clean the soil inside the pot to reduce the chance of pests or diseases.
To make your plant shine, wipe the leaves with a soft, damp cloth and then return the plant to its place.