Top secrets for flawless indoor houseplants

Here’s a tip for you: Avoid placing your plant next to heat sources such as a radiator or in cold or windy spots. Variations in temperature and humidity can be detrimental to the sustainability of your plant. Stability is key. For many, plant maintenance is still a tricky discipline, between a science and an art. Too much water - too little water - direct or indirect sunlight, I know the confusion. Google search is a (houseplant) life saver, literally, for a lot of people par

Sunflowers scream summer!

With proper care, sunflowers should last from six to twelve days. To maximize the vase life, look for flowers that are just starting to fully open. Choose strong, straight stems with perky flowers that look at you. Locally grown is always a great idea as sunflowers don’t really like refrigerated transportation. #flowers #bridalbouquet #uniqueflowerarrangements

Bloom basics: how to care for your flowers

Cut approx. 2-3cm at an angle with a sharp pair of scissors, secateurs or knife from the base of each stem. Cutting at an angle will result in a larger surface area from which your flowers can drink. Remove any leaves from the stems that will be below the waterline in the vase. Place your bouquet in a clean vase filled with fresh water preferably at room temperature. Add the flower food following the instructions on the sachet. Place your flowers in your vase and display some