Any woman will be pleased, having received a bouquet of freshly cut flowers as a gift. However, the beauty of these flowers is temporary.
In a certain way caring for the flowers in the vase, you prevent them from premature withering and drying, which is caused by the appearance of bacteria and fungi in the water in which the flower stands.
Place a vase of flowers indoors withTemperature of 15-18 degrees and avoid drafts. Lower leaves and stems, which may be under the surface of the water, cut off with a knife along the scythe. Dense stems split at the tips of the tip of the scissors, this is necessary to preserve the freshness of the cut roses.
Daffodils, roses and carnations regularly sprayed with water from an atomizer - this will allow them to be extended a life- Orchids and violets can not be splashed with water, so as not to cause the appearance of ugly spots on the petals.
Do not forget to regularly change the water in the vase toAvoid the appearance of bacteria. Chop half a tablets of aspirin and stir the powder in the water into which you put roses or chrysanthemums. Also, you can add to the water in addition to aspirin two pieces of sugar. Unlike roses, carnations and tulips, gerberas and daffodils like salt.
If you were presented with peonies, split stemsDip for five minutes into medical alcohol. Also, the stems of peonies can be placed for ten minutes in hot water, and afterwards in cold water, so that the buds are closed, this will prolong the life of flowers. Stems of lilies should be placed for a short while in hot water, and also cut off stamens.
In order for the flowers to stand longer, they needNot only properly contain, but also properly cut. To cut garden flowers, use a sharp pruner and immerse the freshly cut flowers for two hours in a bucket of water. Put the bucket in a cool place to maintain the elasticity of the flowers. The tips of the stems should always be cut with a sharp knife at an angle so that the stalk absorbs water with the entire surface of the cut.
If you brought flowers home from the winter cold,Always let them adapt to the temperature change - unfold the flowers after a while, after they lie down in a cool place in the package.
Pour boiled or settled water at room temperature into the flower vase. In addition to sugar, salt and aspirin, water can be enriched with a piece of charcoal.