Rose Care Tips

    Roses are a beautiful and popular flower, and with proper care, they can last for several days or even up to a week. Here are some tips for taking care of your roses to help them last longer:

    1. Cut the stems at an angle: When you receive your roses, or if you are cutting them from your garden, cut the stems at an angle with a sharp pair of scissors or pruners. This will create a larger surface area for the roses to absorb water.

    2. Remove the leaves: Remove any leaves that will be below the water line in the vase. This will help prevent bacteria growth in the water.

    3. Use clean water: Fill a clean vase with fresh, room temperature water. Add flower food if it came with the roses, or you can add a few drops of bleach to the water to help prevent bacteria growth.

    4. Change the water regularly: Change the water every 2-3 days, and re-cut the stems at an angle each time. This will help the roses absorb more water and stay hydrated.

    5. Keep them cool: Roses prefer cool temperatures, so keep them away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and drafts. Avoid placing them near fruits or vegetables, which release ethylene gas that can cause the roses to wilt more quickly.

    By following these simple tips, you can help your roses last longer and enjoy their beauty for several days.