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Blooming Brilliance: Tips to Make Your Fresh Flowers Last Longer

Consider your home as a canvas, and fresh flowers as the vibrant strokes of living art. Each bloom is a masterpiece, bringing not only aesthetic delight but also a profound sense of connection with the natural world.

Blue Orchid Flowers
We all want out flowers to last as long as possible to be able to enjoy their beauty, here are the tips from Moz Flowers team on how to make your fresh flowers last longer:
Choose the right flower
All flowers can last for about a week, however, some may last longer and some less. Flowers that can last longer would include Anthuriums, Roses, Spray Roses and foliage. Whereas, Tulips, Hydrangeas and Peonies might have a shorter life span.

Proper Handling and Care Upon Arrival

As soon as you receive your cut flowers, Moz Team recommends that you start by cutting the stems at an angle, remove excess foliage that might touch the water and use a fresh clean vase with cold water.

Water and Hydration

Try to change the water regularly, once every two days and add cold water to your vase. You can also add flower food if available.

Ideal Placement

Delphinium Flowers

Always place your vase in a well temperatured room, away from direct sunlight as the heat will damage the petals.


More than just a visual delight, the scent of fresh flowers has the power to evoke memories, lift moods, and create an atmosphere of warmth. It's a sensory journey that goes beyond aesthetics, making your home a place of emotional resonance.


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