FAQ's and Resources

Bouquet Subscription

Currently we offer bi-weekly pickup.

It depends on the season. Here are some of our favorites:

Spring: Snapdragons, Ranunculus, Narcissus, Anemones, and Stock.

Summer: Sunflowers (Shauna’s favorite!), Zinnias, Dahlias, Cosmos, Flossflower, Amaranth, Celosia, Gomphrena, Black Eyed Susan, Strawflowers.

We take care with all of our bouquets to make each and every one beautiful and unique. If you have certain colors in mind, send us a message and we’ll see what we can do. 

After you’ve paid for your bouquet subscription, check your email for a message from us about pickup locations, day, time and all those nitty gritty details. 

How Do I Care for My Flowers?

Cut Flower Care Guide:
Place your flowers in a clean container.

Cut about 1/4 an inch off the stems before you place them in the water. Try to cut them at an angle to help them drink more water. 

Give them plenty of water! Especially for the first couple of days, fresh flowers will drink a lot!
Remove any foliage that will be in the water to prevent it from rotting and to keep your water fresh and clear for longer.
Do not place your flowers in direct sunlight.

Do not place your flowers near ripening fruit or vegetables for maximum vase life.

Give them fresh water every two to three days. Re-cut the stems when you do. Use the flower food we provided, if it came with your bouquet. (Some flowers don’t like it!)
Enjoy these beauties!

Homemade Cut Flower Food Recipe

Some flowers don’t like commercial flower food, especially zinnias and sunflowers. Here is a recipe to make your own flower food at home. Most of these ingredients you probably already have at home.
You need:
1 quart of room temperature water
1 teaspoon sugar
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon bleach
Simply add all the ingredients to the water and give it a little stir.
You’ll want to refresh the water with new flower food solution every two or three days.
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