Thy name is Beauty!
Baby! Thy name is beauty! cries out this signature box hugging an assortment of high quality roses.
"Baby! Thy name is beauty!" shouts out this signature box holding an assortment of exquisite roses in a cozy hug.
- Use clean vases or containers.
- Avoid salt crystallization by using clean, softened water.
- Change water daily.
- Remove pollen from lilies as they bloom.
- Remove all leaves which are submerged under water. Submerged leaves can rot and create bacteria, shortening the life of the flowers.
- Re-cut the stem of each flower under water diagonally using a sharp knife or scissors. This prevents air pockets from forming inside the stems which block water intake by the flowers. Re-cut every three days or so.
- Add a spoon of sugar or a tablet of aspirin to the water in the container.