Spring is almost here, and with it, the breathtaking explosion of colors and scents from flowers. Nothing captures the essence of spring quite like a stunning bouquet of fresh blooms, and George Thomas Florist, located in the Historic Irvington district of Indianapolis, offers an exceptional selection to choose from. Discover the various types of spring flowers available at George Thomas Florist to bring joy to your home or office. Continue reading
Everyone loves getting Valentine Flowers, but it can be a real bummer when that bouquet you received from your significant other begins drooping after just a few days. However, there are a few ways to preserve those flowers for a few extra days:
Put Cut Flowers in the Refrigerator
Nobody is marveling at the beauty of your bouquets overnight, so stick them in the refrigerator! Like putting your fruits and veggies in the fridge keeps them fresher longer, the same goes for your flowers. Think about it – florists tend to store their flowers in large fridges, so why wouldn’t the same concept work for you? Clean out an area of your fridge and keep your bouquet fresh for up to four days longer than a non-treated bouquet!
Drop A Penny in the Flower Vase
Copper is a known antibacterial agent, and the bacteria that multiplies in the water is a contributor to the breakdown of cut flowers. Simply putting a penny in the vase protects the flowers from some of the bacteria, keeping them fresh for longer. Pairing this method with the refrigerator, your flowers will stay fresher for days. Continue reading