How To Arrange Flowers Like a Pro - DIY Flower Arrangements





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Uploaded on Apr 17, 2008

For more flower arrangement inspiration, visit http://www.proflowers.com/

Learn how to arrange flowers with a ProFlowers expert. ProFlowers shows flower arranging tips & tricks used by top florists. Order a beautiful flower arrangement today!

How to make the best of your roses delivery: In this video, we're arranging 24 assorted rainbow roses. You can order the same ones here: http://www.proflowers.com/roses-ros

Step 1: Upon opening your ProFlowers box, remove and discard the flower foam aqua pack, which keeps the roses hydrated through delivery.
Step 2: Gently remove the protective plastic wrapping, which protects the roses from damage through delivery.

Fun Fact: Did you know that roses grow with a rugged outer layer of petals called guard petals? They are there to protect the more delicate inner petals of the rose.

Step 3: Remove the outer guard petals from each rose. There should be no more than 2-3 guard petals per bloom.

Fun Fact: Because ProFlowers roses are shipped fresh from the farm fields, they arrive in bud form, so they will stay fresh and last longer.

Step 4: Fill your vase with water.

Step 5: Strip off the leaves that will be under the water line. This keeps the water clean and helps your roses last longer.

Step 6: Cut each stem about an inch from the bottom, and at an angle.

REMEMBER: No guard leaves. No low leaves. And cut at an angle.

Step 7: Add one of the packets of flower food to your vase. All the nutrients in the vase will help the roses bloom and stay fresh.

Step 8: Place each prepped stem into the vase one by one, spiraling around the rim, and working from the outside in.

Voila! In just a few days, your roses will bloom and look even more wonderful.

Remember to water your roses, add the second packet of flower food and cut the stems in three days to keep your flower arrangement fresh.


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