Where there is no direct sunlight, where it is not hot and no frost. Flowers cannot stand drafts. Also, sudden changes in temperature can harm the flower. Do not place the vase next to heating appliances. The warm climate promotes the rapid withering of the flower and the multiplication of bacteria in the water. Avoid direct sunlight. The sunrays accelerate the evaporation of the liquid of their flower, which subsequently leads to wilting.
Where to store flowers?
How long do flowers last?
It all depends how we take care of the flowers ourselves. Whether we change the water, update the cut, etc.
Do flowers need to be cut?
For sure. Refresh the cut of the flower before placing it in the water. The cut renewal helps the flower to feed off water. The part of the stem in the water should be free of foliage and buds - it helps to prevent the process of decay.
How often should the water be changed?
Every day. Do not spare the water for flowers, it should be cold and clean. Refresh the water in the vase daily so that harmful bacteria don't have time to multiply. Wash the vase before each water change.