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Updated: Oct 3, 2022

I'm so happy to be serving my clients with premium flowers dried or fresh. I can't be luckier to be living 15 minutes away from North America's largest floral auctioneer.

It takes a lengthy amount of time and a lot of hard work to make a large bouquet like this. What makes it worth it? The reaction on my client's face. It really is.

How do you take care of roses after you've received them? Here's the super easy step by step.

  1. Your stems should already be cleaned and dethorned by your florist.

  2. Make sure you take off your guard petals.

  3. Have your vase ready with luke warm water with some flower food.

  4. Cut your stems on an angle, so your stems can soak up as much water as possible.

  5. Repeat the process in a few days

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