One of the most versatile flowers is the Hydrangea Flower. The smaller balls of flowers that join into a larger ball make the Hydrangea Flower a beautiful addition to any floral arrangement. The Hydrangea Flower from Globalrose.com come in a large variety of hues such as pure white, light blue, green, and many tinted colors. The color you need can be dyed to fit any floral design.
This flower comes in a variety of shades and can stand alone beautifully or be grouped with other flowers is a spectacular arrangement. The Easter celebration is one of the most traditional uses of the Hydrangea Flower. Their beautiful white color signifies the resurrection of Christ and can be found in many churches at Easter. The light blue color of the Hydrangea Flower is one of the primary colors of Hanukkah. Paired with the white Hydrangea Flower you have completed the traditional look of the season. Looking for the perfect gift for a birthday present for your girlfriend? Look no further than the Hydrangea Flower. Since we have available so many tints, they are sure to come in the color your birthday girl could want.
These rose stems will be snipped and shipped fresh, directly from the greenhouse with their guard petals still intact. All orders will be carefully packaged with protective sleeves along with a sachet of floral food and flower care instructions. Please note that a vase is not included.
Since most of our flowers are shipped fresh as closed buds, please allow 2 to 3 days for them to fully bloom. We would highly recommend choosing your delivery date accordingly if you're planning to use these flowers for events or special occasions.
Due to differences in screen resolution and since these products are natural, there may be slight color variations between the pictures and the actual products.
· 1. It is especially important to bring your flowers indoor as soon as they are delivered. If this is not immediately possible, make sure you place your flower box in a cool place. Flowers need to be cut and placed in water as soon as possible. Once cut and in water they may be stored at room temperature if they are kept away from heat or cold sources and out of direct sunlight.
· 2. Before you unpack your flowers, choose a work area that includes a table or countertop and a floor that can resist water. Have handy garden shears, durable scissors or pruners and several empty containers/buckets.
· 3. When you are ready, open the box(es) and begin by carefully unpacking the flowers bunch by bunch, without removing the wrappers protecting the flower buds. Keep in mind that each bunch has several flowers and some type of flowers are packed in two layers within the bunch (rose bunches have 13 stems in the upper layer and 12 stems in the lower layer, or 12 and 13).
· 4. Prepare containers/buckets by filling them with room temperature water. Pour in and mix the enclosed floral food packets provided with each flower order. The floral food has been shown to increase the life of fresh flowers by several days. If by any unfortunate circumstance your flowers do not come with the flower food to not panic. You can replace it with either a soda or just plain sugar. One teaspoon of sugar for 25 to 50 stems is good enough.
· 5. Cut each stem one inch from the bottom or to your desire length. Rinse the bottom part of the stems before placing them in water.
· 6. Place flowers immediately in your prepared water-filled containers. Ideally, the wrappers that protect the buds should be kept on while the flowers are hydrating. Hydration occurs anywhere between four and ten hours (you can leave them on up to 24 hours). Be sure to carefully remove the wrappers after hydration occurs.
· 7. It takes about 24- 36 hours for the true color of each flower to develop. To ensure longer lasting flowers, continue to keep them out of direct sunlight and away from heat. Change the water and cut flower stems one inch every other day. Each time you change the water, add more floral food (or sugar) and be sure that no leaves sit below the water level.
· 8. Please keep in mind that roses have 3 to 5 guard petals. These, in many varieties, are of a different color than the true color of the rose. For example, white roses may have green guard petals and red roses have dark red or black borders. You can remove them once the flowers start to bloom. Or you can leave them on for a more natural garden look.
· 9. With the passage of time, give your flowers a "face-lift" every couple of days by gently removing any discolored petals and yellow leaves from your flowers.
· 10. Enjoy