- Don’t let your plants go thirsty! Keep your vase filled with water and the food provided with your arrangement.
- Nobody likes drinking dirty water. Especially flowers. Replace cloudy or murky water with new, properly-mixed flower food solution.
- Once you find a vase, re-cut the stems by removing one or two inches from the bottom with a sharp knife or scissors, then immediately place them into the food solution. Don’t have a vase? A juice jug works in a pinch.
- Try and keep flowers in a cool spot away from direct sunlight, heating or cooling vents, directly under ceiling fans, or on top of TVs or radiators—most flowers will last longer under cooler conditions.
Tucked away in a rural area south of High River, Grozone’s sprawling greenhouse complex covers over 400,000 square feet.
A long weekend is always a great excuse to get outdoors and spoil yourself and your family.
You’re probably overwatering your outdoor plants.
As the door opens, there’s a whoosh of warm air. Blasting through the doorway is a beam of humid air, pungent with the scent of flowers.