Our bouquet of flowers can usually last in our aqua pack for about 24 up to 48* hours. After this time, the water needs to be changed. Here's what you can do to make them last as long as they could.
Start with a clean vase and filled it up with water and add in flower food provided as per the packaging instructions.
Cut approximately at least 2 inches off from the end of the stems at a 45-degree angle. For best result, use sharp floral shears.
Make sure there are no foliages below the water level. This is important so that the water stays fresh and clean, otherwise, the flower stems will rot.
It is important to change the water every 2 to 3 days or as soon as the water becomes cloudy. It is crucial to clean the vase thoroughly before filling in with clean water.
Avoid direct sunlight, heat or drafts. Flowers last longer in cool temperature conditions/environment. Do not display them under direct sunlight or near appliances that generate heat - refrigerator, oven, TV & etc. Also, avoid areas like open windows, vents or even ceiling fan as they can cause flowers to quickly dehydrate.
It is advisable not to display these pretty blooms near fruits as ripening fruits release tiny amounts of ethylene gas which can reduce the longevity of your flower arrangement.
If you have hydrangea as part of your bouquet, lightly spritz water onto the petals to keep them hydrated.