Upon receiving a bouquet, refill vase with room temperature water leaving one of space to rim of vase. Three days later, place vase under running water to allow dirty water to run out. Add half of the included package of flower food. If you are able to remove the stems, cut diagonally and place into clean water. For the longest vase life, change the water daily and trim the stems every other day. If you run out of plant food, it can be easily replicated at home by adding a few drops of bleach and a pinch of sugar to fresh water.
Succulents like lots of bright light and very little water, like a cactus. They’re typically watered every 4-6 weeks, and the soil should be totally dry before watering. The easiest way to kill a succulent is by over-watering it. Succulents thrive with lots of sunlight, so placing a succulent in a South-facing window is preferred.
Plants thrive in bright but indirect light, so place it near a sunny window, just out of the path of direct beams. Once the spoil is dry, remove the inner planting pot, and place the plastic planting pot and plant into a sink. Give the plant a good soak by running water over the roots until it begins to drain from the bottom of the pot. Allow the roots to drain for several minutes before placing back into the decorative pot.
Mix water and flower food in a clean vase. Change the water every 4-5 days. No flower food? A little sugar will work in a pinch! Once your lilies open, pull the stamens off to help make your blooms last even longer. Be careful when plucking, these little guys can stain!
A refreshing soak head to toe for 30 minutes once a week. Pop him in a slightly sunny spot so he can fully dry after his soak. He prefers bright, filtered light. Direct sunlight dries him out.