Name: Ginger Flower
Availability: Throughout the year
Vase Life: Minimum of 13 days, depending on care and handling
Packing: Our Ginger Flowers are usually packed in 5 stem bunches
Length / Height: Each stem ranges approx. 2-4 feet long
*If a chosen color and/or variety is unavailable at the time of shipping, Whole Blossoms will match the color and/or variety as closely as possible. Farm growing conditions, weather conditions, market demand, and other general forces may result in the unavailability of the flowers shown without notice.
*While online photos shown are representations of flowers available for sale, actual colors and specifications delivered may vary somewhat since flowers are a product of Mother Nature, different browser types affect the outcome of displayed photos, and computer monitors may show differences in detail, definition, contrast, brightness, and color.
Your Ginger just arrived! Now they need to be hydrated and processed. Carefully unpack your Ginger Flower. All wholesale flowers look dry upon arrival and will need to be hydrated. It is important to give your flowers a couple of hours to hydrate and replenish. Depending on the variety purchased, some fresh cut flowers may need 24 to 36 hours to hydrate and perk up.
CARE AND HANDLING FOR GINGER PINK FLOWERS
- Place your Ginger flowers in clean, fresh, filtered water (not cold water). Carefully remove leaves, or foliage that fall under the water level (without tearing the stem skin) to avoid the build-up of bacteria. Cut one inch off the end of the stem in a 45-degree angle (with a sharp knife NOT scissors) to allow water to be better absorbed through the stems. After cutting the stem at an angle, quickly place your Ginger flowers in water since it only takes a minute for the stem to dry and seal up.
- Keep your tropical flowers in a shaded, cool, relatively humid area (not cooler than 60F). Avoid placing your Ginger flowers near hot surfaces or environments. Ginger flowers must be in water at all times until they are ready to be used. When handling your ginger flowers keep in mind that cold weather can harm them, be sure to keep them in a relative warm area away from direct sunlight.
- When storing your tropical flowers, do not move them from hot to cold or cold to hot temperatures to avoid that they get hypothermia. Drastic changes in temperature burns fresh flowers.
- Do not keep your tropical flowers in the refrigerator overnight since many fruit and vegetable gases can damage your fresh flowers.