Flower and Plant Care


Care Instructions

  • Remove bouquet from the wet pack.
  • Do not remove the twine binding your bouquet as this helps hold its shape.
  • Recut the end of stems on an angle.
  • Place in vase of fresh water with dissolved flower food (sachet provided)
  • Dispose of the wet pack in the rubbish, do not wash gel down the sink as it may cause blockages.
  • Recut stems every two days and refresh water regularly.
  • Keep away from direct sunlight, heating, draughts, and ripening fruit.

Boxed Posy

Care Instructions

  • This arrangement has been made in floral foam.
  • Top up with fresh water every second day.
  • Please be careful where placing as this product holds water.
  • Keep away from direct sunlight, heating, draughts, and ripening fruit.


Phalaenopsis and Cymbidium Orchid Plants

Care Instructions:

  • These elegant Moth Orchids prefer good light but never direct sunlight.
  • Ideal indoor temperature is 20˚C  
  • Keep damp but not waterlogged (do not stand in water).
  • Feed with fertilizer once a month.
  • Once flowers have fallen off the stem cut back to a strong bud, ideally about 20 cm above the soil to encourage more flowering stems.
  • When repotting use special orchid mix.


Care Instructions:

  • Keep houseplants in a fairly warm room with good light.
  • Avoid draughts and direct heat.
  • Most houseplants are killed by overwatering. Aim to keep the compost moist but wait until it has almost dried out before rewatering.
  • Water from above and put saucers under plants to allow excess water to drain away.
  • Generally plants will need watering more during the spring and summer growing seasons, than when dormant in winter.
  • Water less in winter than in summer when actively growing.
  • Many plants will grow without feeding, but flowering plants are very hungry and will do best when given a weekly dose of liquid feed.

Safety information

Unless specifically stated otherwise all flowers, foliage and plants in our arrangements are not suitable for human or pet consumption.  Some flowers are harmful if eaten and may cause skin irritation.  Please take care with lilies as their pollen may stain and they are toxic to cats.