Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Easy way to arrange flowers in one of our beautiful vases

Our new flower arrangers have arrived! They are very clever, come in a few different sizes, and make it so easy for anyone to create a great looking flower arrangement.

Easy Arranger is the bloom-shaped, bendable, reusable grid fits over the top of your vase, we have 3 sizes 4", 5", and 6". 4" fits vases up to 3 1/2" wide, 5 " up to 4 1/2" wide, 6" up to 5 1/2" wide.

Follow three simple steps to easy flower arranging or creating DIY wedding flowers or centerpieces:

Step One:
Bend Easy Arranger™ over the top of your choice of vase or vessel. 


Step Two:
Insert cut flower stems starting from the center.


Step Three:
Add flowers evenly around until full.
To change water simply lift crown off from the base. Flowers will stay in place while you add fresh water.
Stop by a florist or supermarket where you'll find a wide selection of flower bouquets to choose from.
Once home, follow these steps to keep your arrangement looking fresh for longer:
  • Re-cut flower stems on the opposite angle from which they were originally cut. This will open up the stem and allow the most water to get inside.
  • Cut stems under water to prevent air from penetrating the stem.
  • Add the package of preservative that came with your bouquet to warm water and place your re-cut stems in the water. The preservative contains sugar to feed your flowers and a disinfectant to kill bacteria which can prematurely kill cut flowers.
Create your arrangement in a variety of household items such as a teapot, ceramic pitcher, low glass bowl, or wine bucket.

Or turn one bouquet into multiple small arrangements by using a bud vase, decorative water glass, or wine glass.

Source: The Society of American Florists and renowned researcher, Jeannette Haviland-Jones of Rutgers University.

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