Flower Care

Since Rosa's bouquets are delivered without a vase, you can get creative when arranging your flowers, but if you're looking for some inspiration, check out the three examples below.  

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Tall, thin vase

Best vase for long stems, small blooms and stiff greenery.

1. Leave stems long, trim stems at an angle only to vary the height of the flowers.

2. Place flowers in the vase starting with the largest flower and ending with greenery to fill the empty spaces. 

3. Change the water every 3 days to make your flowers last.

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MASON JAR

Best vase for wildflowers and spilling greens.

1. Cut all flower stems at an angle varying the lengths of the stems. Cut the focal point flower stems so the blooms rise 1-3 inches above the rim of the jar.

2. Cut secondary flower stems to frame the focal flowers, about 2-4 inches above the rim. 

3. Cut greenery stems short to spill over the rim of the jar or leave long to provide height to the arrangement. 

4. Place flowers in the jar starting with the largest flower and ending with greenery to fill the empty spaces. 

5. Change the water every 3 days to make your flowers last. 

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short, wide vase

Best vase for large blooms and leafy greens.

1. Cut all flower stems short and at an angle- stems should only vary slightly in length. 

2. Start by placing the focal point flowers in the vase at a 45° angle so that the blooms are almost touching the rim of the vase.

3. Place the secondary flowers in between the focal point flowers, filling towards the center of the vase.

4. Place leafy greens around the rim of the vase or stiff greens throughout to breakup the blooms.