The Traditional Red Rose Christmas

The Traditional Red Rose Christmas

Product Code:Christmas
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Price: £34.95

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A firm Christmas favourite red rose and spray carnation bouquet with lasting chrysanthemum filler - and all the usual berry, foliage and pine cone trimmings!

A FREE long handled bag is supplied with this bouquet for added attractiveness and ease of 'immediate' display.

Guaranteed for one week  all our flowers are of the finest quality, and could quite possibly last longer depending on conditions.  To get the most out of your flowers,  keep out of direct sunlight and move to an area of lower temperature where ever possible.  Re-cut the stems regularly with sharp scissors or knife taking care not to squash the stem and therefore destroy the drinking structure of the stem. Cut stems on the slant in order to provide the largest possible drinking area. All woody stems (ie. eucalyptus) will need splitting downwards, either with a knife or a gentle hammer taking care not to  smash!

Beautifully arranged and hand tied for you to put into your vase as they are your  flowers will be  well protected, secured and 'AQUA packed' each with their own water bubble. If you do not tansfer immediately to a vase on arrival you will need to top this bubble up as soon as possible.  Hold over a sink just in case a little of the water escapes and  slowly pour the water in between the flowers and foliage from the top - and ENJOY! Guaranteed for one week  all our flowers are of the finest   quality, and could quite possibly last longer depending on conditions.  To get the most out of your flowers,  keep out of direct sunlight and move to an area of lower temperature where ever possible.  Re-cut the stems regularly with sharp scissors or knife taking care not to squash the stem and therefore destroy the drinking structure of the stem. Cut stems on the slant in order to provide the largest possible drinking area. All woody stems (ie. eucalyptus) will need splitting downwards, either with a knife or a gentle hammer taking care not to  smash!

 

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