The Canary

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It’s hard to think of a more joyful, audacious and universally loved color than yellow. New York taxi cabs, No 2 pencils, downy chicks, cold lemonade and sweet mangos all pleasantly come to mind. In addition to representing happiness, optimism, and enlightenment, the hue also symbolizes remembrance.

perfect for

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Birthday

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Sympathy

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Congratulations

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Just Because

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New Job

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Thank You

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Housewarming

Friendship

Friendship

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Get Well

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For Him

What's Included

High & Exotic Roses, Dusty Miller, Hypericum Berries, Eucalyptus, Yarrow

part of

The Classics Collection

1) Find a Vase - You may have noticed your flowers no longer have roots, and that they’re not in soil. Bet they’re thirsty! Time to put them in your favorite vase with some fresh water.

2) Trim Those Stems - Keep those stems trimmed! Always cut your flowers at an angle so they can absorb more water & won’t suffocate on the bottom of the vase. After the initial cut, check the bottoms of your stems every couple of days, and if the ends are looking a bit slimy, just snip off an inch or so.

3) Remove Leaves - Take off any excess leaves so that all the water is funneled into the petals. Pay special attention to leaves below the water line because they’ll decompose, causing rot and bacteria to grow, which will shorten the lifespan of your blooms.

4) Mist Them - Flowers like to be misted (let’s be honest, who doesn’t?). Lightly spray down the petals from time to time to keep your stems looking fresh, and remove any buds that are clearly past their prime.

5) Keep Them Cool - Last but not least, keep your flowers in a cool area. Don’t put them near radiators, computers, televisions, fireplaces, ovens… you get the idea.

High & Exotic Roses: Roses are everywhere, but the vivid yellow of the High & Exotic Rose is difficult to replicate. They will be the highlight of any bouquet that it is in. 
Dusty Miller: With its velvety texture and silver dusted green leaves, Dusty Miller brings elevation to any bouquet it is in. 
Hypericum Berries: From the same Hypericaceae family as the St. John's Wort, these little berries add a fun pop of texture to a bouquet. But be careful, they should never be ingested.  
*Eucalyptus: While not safe for pets, Eucalyptus is a fresh scented stem that adds height and movement when featured in a bouquet. Try drying your Eucalyptus when your bouquet is done for a great addition to a bud vase in your bathroom. 
*Yarrow: A stunning yellow herb that you can find across many places, Yarrow looks nearly the same when it’s first cut to when it’s fully dry. 
*Craspedia: More commonly known as Billy Balls, these little buttons of sunshine are a favorite addition to any bouquet. Nearly everlasting, tie a few craspedia together with twine as the perfect gift wrap decoration or bud vase addition.

*A great stem to dry and keep long after you received your fresh bouquet! Before your flowers start to wilt (about a week after receiving), hang your stems upside down in a cool, dry, and dark place. Once they are dry, add them to a vase or use them as a final touch for gift wrapping.
 

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