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Pics. And don't forget to remove all debris from the container before adding fresh water. To keep your flowers fresh, replace the water every day.
Thankfully, there's a way to make those colorful blooms last much longer with. Though florists keep flowers watered, the ends of the stems could be dried out and therefore unable to absorb enough water. And don't forget to remove all debris from the container before adding fresh water.
Nothing brightens a room quite like a vase of fresh flowers.
Also, nothing smells quite as nice (with the exception of a few flowers maybe — i'm looking at you, easter lilies!). Remember, freshly cut flowers from your own garden will last longer than ones bought from a florist. Florists' coolers range from 33° to 40°f, so your fridge likely won't be cool enough and any fruit or vegetables could emit ethylene gas, which shortens the life of cut flowers. Here's how to keep fresh flowers alive and fresh longer after they're cut.