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How to Keep Your Holiday Flowers Blooming!

Nov 28, 2023Matt Patrick

So, you've decked the halls, hung the mistletoe, and trimmed the tree. But what about those beautiful holiday flowers? You know, the ones that add a pop of color and festive cheer to your home? Well, fear not! We've got some bloomin' good tips to help you keep your holiday flowers looking fresh and fabulous all season long.

1. Give 'Em Some H2O (Water, That Is!)

Just like you, your holiday flowers need a drink to stay hydrated. Make sure to check the water level in their vase daily and give them a fresh drink when it starts to run low. Cheers to that!

2. Location, Location, Location

Where you place your holiday flowers can make all the difference. Keep them away from direct sunlight, as it can cause them to wilt faster than Frosty on a warm day. Instead, find a spot that's cool and shady, like a snowman's dream vacation spot.

3. Trim It Like It's Hot

Just like a fresh haircut can make you feel like a million bucks, a trim can do wonders for your holiday flowers. Every few days, give the stems a snip (about an inch or so) at a diagonal angle. This will help them better absorb water and keep them standing tall, like a confident reindeer.

4. Keep 'Em Away from the Fruit Bowl

While it may seem like a match made in holiday heaven, keeping your flowers next to a fruit bowl is a big no-no. Fruits release a gas called ethylene, which can cause your flowers to age faster than Santa on Christmas Eve. So, give your flowers some space and let them shine on their own.

5. Show 'Em Some Love

Lastly, don't forget to give your holiday flowers a little TLC. Talk to them, sing to them, tell them they're the most beautiful flowers in the world. They may not understand your words, but they'll appreciate the love and attention. And who knows, they might just bloom a little brighter because of it.

So there you have it, folks! With these bloomin' good tips, you'll be able to keep your holiday flowers looking fresh and fabulous throughout the season. Now go forth and spread some floral cheer!

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