How to Care for Your Roses

  1. Remove the roses from the bouquet and cut about 1 inch (2.5 cm) of the stem at a 45-degree angle with scissors or a sharp knife. Wear gloves when you trim a rose to protect your hands from the rose thorns.
  2. Fill a clean vase with clean water, about 80%, and add the provided fertilizer to the water.
  3. Remove the green leaves from the part of the stem that will be submerged in water. If leaves are submerged in water, they will start to rot earlier, causing bacteria to build up in the vase and causing premature wilting of your roses.
  4. Arrange the flowers in the vase so that the stems are at the bottom of the vase. This will ensure that the roses always get water. 

    Tips to enjoy your roses for a long time:

    • Change the water and fertilizer every 1-2 days.
    • Remove 1-2 outer petals every 2-3 days to keep the petals fresh. If a petal is bruised or partly turns black, remove it.
    • To help the flowers get water easier, cutting off the stalk every 2-3 days is advisable.
    • Do not remove the rose thorns because the rose will wilt faster.
    • Avoid exposing your roses to direct sunlight, such as near a window. Better place your roses in indirect sunlight and a cool area.