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Caring for your flowers.
Hold your hand tied arrangement over a sink and cut a hole in the bottom of the cellophane water reservoir and drain water into sink. Carefully remove the rest of the gift wrapping but do not untie the flowers unless you wish to arrange them yourself. Your flowers have been specially arranged and tied ready to be placed directly into a vase.
Fill a vase with cold fresh water, add the flower food as per instruction and place the flowers in the vase. Change the water regularly and for optimum vase life place your flowers in a cool location away from any sources of direct heat, draughts or sunlight. Some of your flowers may arrive in bud to ensure longer vase life.
Place your arrangement in a cool location away from sources of heat or direct sunlight, carefully top up with fresh water keeping the floral foam moist at all times.
Most plants like good light though not direct sunlight and an even temperature. Avoid draughts, fumes and cold. Plants generally require less water in winter than in summer, try to keep the soil moist but not soaking. Many plants will tolerate the soil drying slightly between watering. Water with tepid water where possible and watering in the morning is preferable to the evening.
Fertilise during the growing season, April – Sept.
Flowers and plants are for display purposes only and must not be consumed.
Candles are for decoration only, in the interests of safety please do not light them.
Fruit may be used for decoration only, do not consume.
Keep all items out of the reach of children and pets.
Some plants and flower varieties may be harmful or cause irritation so please be careful when handling. Wash hands after handling flowers, plants as a precaution.
In case of irritation wash affected skin immediately with cold water. Keep skin out of the sunlight and do not rub or scratch irritated areas. Visit your doctor if symptoms persist.
In case of ingestion of any flowers or plants drink a glass of water immediately. Visit your doctor or casualty department as soon as possible taking with you a sample of the plant matter or a note of its name if known.
Do not place your gifts on an unprotected surface or electrical device that may be damaged by water spillage or leakage.