Wet Floral Foam
Foliage: Salal, Myrtle, Seasonal Evergreens
Red Apples On Wooden Picks
Large Pine Cones On Wired Wooden Picks
Red Berry Sprays
Red Velvet Ribbon Loops On Wired Wooden Picks
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Caring For Your Christmas Flower Arrangements:
What a jolly holiday with fresh flowers! Arrangements of carnations, roses, and beautiful flowers snuggled warmly inside holly and mistletoe warm wintry hearts. Preserving your fresh flowers and flower memories through the first days of the new year is easy with these simple care tips.
Place stems or bouquets of fresh flowers in water as soon as possible.
Add preservative to the water. Preservative packets can be found at local flower shops.
Keep fresh flowers away from draft and extreme temperatures which can quickly dry the flowers and cause wilting.
Avoid placing flower arrangements in windowsills and other areas of full sun where flowers can wilt due to overheating.
All flower stems should be submerged in water. Decline of fresh flowers occurs much more quickly after stems have been removed from water.
To maintain fresh flowers longer, trim the stems and change to fresh water after a few days.
Immediately remove dead or wilting stems from fresh flower arrangements.