How to take care of fresh flowers?

  • Cut the stem at an angle of about 45 degrees to help absorb the maximum amount of water

  • Remove leaves that fall into the water so they don’t rot

  • Change the water every two to three days. You can also add flower preservative or liquid fertilizer for added nourishment

  • Keep the flowers in a cool place and out of direct sunlight or warm areas in the home

  • Keep the flowers away from fruit, especially bananas and apples, as ethylene will be released as the fruit ripens which will make the flowers fade faster

Flower language:

best wishes

Yellow roses have the color of sunshine, conveying the joy and happiness that people bring into our lives. As such, the yellow rose is a very appropriate flower for sending to friends. However, yellow roses are also associated with jealousy, which is why they may be viewed as the “break up rose”. Think very carefully before buying a bouquet of yellow roses for your beloved. In Japan, yellow roses are commonly sent to mark the end of a relationship.

Flower language:

purity and romance

Roses have captured the hearts and minds of people across the globe for generations, with different symbolism attached to roses of different colors. Red roses represent true love and romance, while white roses represent purity.


the Language of Flowers

Giving flowers to loved ones or to celebrate important moments in life – graduations, birthdays or a proposal – is a tradition that’s followed around the world. In the art of floriography, every flower carries its own special meaning or symbolism. We’ve rounded up some of the most popular flowers and the symbolism behind them to help you choose the perfect bouquet for a loved one or to convey a certain feeling.

Flower language:

joyfulness and positivity

The hyacinth is a symbol of joy, life and positive energy. If you want to make already-bloomed hyacinths flower again, remove the faded flower spikes and allow the foliage to die back. This conveys the meaning of letting go of the past and welcoming a new chapter of life. It should be noted that the hyacinth also conveys grief and sorrow. That’s why we need to pay special attention when sending flowers.

Flower language:

freedom and good fortune

Bird of Paradise is a species of flowering plant indigenous to South Africa. It resembles a flying bird and as such symbolises freedom, good fortune, happiness and longevity.

Flower language:

Elegant

Tulips are also known as “magic flowers” in Europe. People have believed tulips to carry magical powers since ancient times, which led horticulturalists to begin creating new and more exciting hybrid forms of the flower. Tulips are the perfect flower to send to women who value elegance, possess high ability and are willing to express their love.


the Language of Flowers

Giving flowers to loved ones or to celebrate important moments in life – graduations, birthdays or a proposal – is a tradition that’s followed around the world. In the art of floriography, every flower carries its own special meaning or symbolism. We’ve rounded up some of the most popular flowers and the symbolism behind them to help you choose the perfect bouquet for a loved one or to convey a certain feeling.

How to take care of fresh flowers?

  • Cut the stem at an angle of about 45 degrees to help absorb the maximum amount of water

  • Remove leaves that fall into the water so they don’t rot

  • Change the water every two to three days. You can also add flower preservative or liquid fertilizer for added nourishment

  • Keep the flowers in a cool place and out of direct sunlight or warm areas in the home

  • Keep the flowers away from fruit, especially bananas and apples, as ethylene will be released as the fruit ripens which will make the flowers fade faster

Yellow roses

Flower language:

best wishes

Yellow roses have the color of sunshine, conveying the joy and happiness that people bring into our lives. As such, the yellow rose is a very appropriate flower for sending to friends. However, yellow roses are also associated with jealousy, which is why they may be viewed as the “break up rose”. Think very carefully before buying a bouquet of yellow roses for your beloved. In Japan, yellow roses are commonly sent to mark the end of a relationship.

Red roses

Flower language:

purity and romance

Roses have captured the hearts and minds of people across the globe for generations, with different symbolism attached to roses of different colors. Red roses represent true love and romance, while white roses represent purity.

Hyacinth

Flower language:

joyfulness and positivity

The hyacinth is a symbol of joy, life and positive energy. If you want to make already-bloomed hyacinths flower again, remove the faded flower spikes and allow the foliage to die back. This conveys the meaning of letting go of the past and welcoming a new chapter of life. It should be noted that the hyacinth also conveys grief and sorrow. That’s why we need to pay special attention when sending flowers.

Bird of Paradise

Flower language:

freedom and good fortune

Bird of Paradise is a species of flowering plant indigenous to South Africa. It resembles a flying bird and as such symbolises freedom, good fortune, happiness and longevity.

Tulip

Flower language:

Elegant

Tulips are also known as “magic flowers” in Europe. People have believed tulips to carry magical powers since ancient times, which led horticulturalists to begin creating new and more exciting hybrid forms of the flower. Tulips are the perfect flower to send to women who value elegance, possess high ability and are willing to express their love.

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