Thursday 18 Dec 2014

WHOLESALE HYDRANGEAS

Wholesale Hydrangea flowers are highly popular for weddings and used to create hydrangea bridal bouquets and floral centerpieces. Things you should know about Hydrangea:

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY: Year round.

HYDRANGEAS DIMENSIONS: Whole Blossoms Hydrangeas are 16in-26in long. Head diameter varies depending on the variety desired.

Antique Hydrangeas: 7.5-9.1in Diameter.

Dyed Hydrangeas: 4.3-6.0in Diameter
Elite Hydrangeas:
3.5-5.1in Diameter
Jumbo Hydrangeas: 6.0-9.1in Diameter
Mini Hydrangeas: 3.5-5.1in Diameter
Natural Hydrangeas: 4.7-7.0in Diameter
Super Select Hydrangeas: 5.0-7.5in Diameter

 
WHEN SHOULD I SCHEDULE THE DELIVERY FOR THIS FLOWER? We recommend scheduling the delivery of Hydrangeas at least 2 days prior to your wedding or event. If your wedding or event is on a Saturday, the best day to schedule delivery of your Hydrangeas is Wednesday or Thursday.

HOW LONG IN ADVANCE SHOULD I ORDER? We recommend that you order your Hydrangeas at least a month before your wedding or event to ensure product and colors availability.

WILL MY FLOWERS BE FRESH SINCE THEY WILL ARRIVE A COUPLE OF DAYS PRIOR TO MY WEDDING OR EVENT? Our Hydrangeas travel with individual water feeding tubes to ensure proper hydration from the moment they are cut to the time you receive them. Whole Blossoms Flowers and Greens come directly from the farms. Your flowers are cut within 24 hours following harvest to ensure freshness. Whole Blossoms flowers and greens are 100% freshness Guaranteed!

Many people that order Hydrangeas get frightened because they don’t know how to take care of them and they feel that the flowers are going to dye and they have wasted their money. Well my friends I am here to tell you the proper care and handling of Hydrangeas. Unpack flowers as soon as you receive them and cut about one inch of the stem at an angle under  water (with a sharp knife NOT scissors). Peel about 2‐3 inches of the stem around (as though peeling a carrot) and make some incisions at the bottom of the stem to further enable hydration. Remove foliage that could fall under water to avoid bacteria to build‐in and place the flowers in clean, fresh, warm, filtered water (100F‐105F). Rehydrate for at least an hour before using and add floral preservative. If the flowers are not going to be displayed immediately, try to keep them in a fresh place preferably (45F‐58F) and at least 80% humidity in fresh water with floral preservative.

Replace water and floral preservative frequently to ensure long vase life. When storing your flowers, make sure that they are not moved from cold to hot or from hot to cold temperatures since drastic temperature changes will burn flowers.

Well now you know a little more about Hydrangeas. Please keep in mind that the wholesale flowers suffer from dehydration and water stress. Keep these flowers in water at all times since they need continuous hydration and enjoy your flowers.

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