Daffodil Care Page

 

What to Expect Upon Arrival:
  • Daffodils arrive mostly closed to protect their petals during transport. They will begin to open quickly once in your vase.
  • Give your flowers a fresh cut at an angle before placing in a vase. We recommend placing in them in several vases so that they can have space to open up freely.
  • After putting stems into water, leave your daffodils in a vase by themselves for 12 hours to allow them to rehydrate and especially if you are going to add them to arrangements with other flowers. This will keep their thick sap from clogging up stems and decreasing the vase life of other flowers.
  • We always include a couple extra flowers in each order in case some blooms get damaged in transport.
How to Make Your Daffodils Last:
  • Sterilize your vase before every use as bacteria and fungus in your vase are the main reasons for early decline of flowers.
  • Get creative! Collect foliage and other blooms from your yard to add to your Daffodils. Be sure to change the initial Daffodil water to remove the sap bf adding in other flowers.
  • Change vase water every few days and definitely top off the water daily. These flowers drink a lot of water!
  • Keep away from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Enjoy!

  • Get creative! Collect foliage and other blooms from your yard to add to your Daffodils. Be sure to change the initial Daffodil water to remove the sap before adding in other flowers.