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Blooming Florist began operations in 1981.  Blooming Florist has won many awards through the years and it has grown. Blooming is now linked with most reliable florists throughout Malaysia. Blooming is also networked with more than 100,000 florists worldwide through its membership in Interflora Pacific Unit Limited. As such, we can deliver flowers throughout Malaysia and worldwide.

We are and have been Malaysia’s reliable florist for almost 40 years and with your support we will remain so for many more years to come. Our commitment to our mission statement, ie to provide our customers QUALITY FLOWERS and QUALITY SERVICE has been maintained consistently through the years and our growth through the years is testimonial of this commitment.  We score 4.9 in google reviews.

Our motto is “WE LISTEN, WE CARE“.  It has always been our mission to ensure that we listen and care about our customers.

Flowers bring joy. They lift our spirit. They say things that words cannot. They help us celebrate. They tell someone how much we love them or how much we miss them. They can even go some way to mend a broken heart.

That’s why we, believe that when you choose to give a gift of flowers, everything should be absolutely perfect – the freshest, hand-picked highest quality, sustainably grown blooms rushed direct from our best growers, gathered into exquisite bouquets individually created by our expert florists , each exactly as you pictured, beautifully presented, always delivered on time.

SAME DAY DELIVERIES

We have an extensive network of florists throughout the Malaysia allowing us to respond to any customers and meet the most urgent orders, especially in Klang Valley.   Our local florists are responsible for selecting the freshest flowers and preparing your bouquet following the guidelines that we have set. They will also arrange any necessary transport to make the delivery.

how to make flowers last longer

Flowers are a common gift for any of life’s special occasions and even the moments in between. A bouquet of bright blooms can bring cheer to any space and leave a lasting impression, even after they’re gone. Whether you’ve received an anniversary arrangement, a graduation bouquet or picked out a gorgeous bunch for the coffee table, you’ll want to enjoy them for as long as possible.

The sad truth is that flower bouquets don’t last forever. On the bright side, there are guidelines and little known tips you can use to ensure the longevity of your flowers. We are uncovering everything you need to know about how to make flowers last longer and even putting a few theories to the test.

Cut the Stems One of the most common mistakes people make after receiving flowers is forgetting to cut the stems. Use garden shears to trim one to two inches off and cut at an angle. Cutting the stems at an angle allows for better water intake since they aren’t sitting flat on the bottom of a vase. After the initial cut, be sure to re-trim your bouquet once every few days.

Prune Remove any leaves below the water line. It will not only make your bouquet look better, but also prevent bacterial growth. Some flowers, like roses, have guard petals which are the two or three outermost petals of the flower. Removing these will allow your flower to open up fully. After your initial pruning, you should check your flowers daily for dead or loose leaves and petals in order to avoid bacterial rot.

Water Wisely It’s not only important to get your bouquet hydrated, but to do so wisely. Your flowers won’t last long without water, especially once their stems have been cut. After picking out a clean vase, fill it with room temperature water and add in a packet of flower food. Make sure that the packet has been properly mixed and that the water is not too diluted or too concentrated. It’s also important to clean your vase thoroughly and change out the water and flower food every two to three days.

Avoid Direct Sunlight, Heat, Drafts and Fruit Your flowers will last longer in a room with cool temperatures. Avoid displaying them in direct sunlight or near appliances that generate heat. You’ll also want to avoid areas like open windows, heating or cooling vents and ceiling fans as they can cause the flowers to quickly dehydrate. You also shouldn’t display your bouquet near fruit. That’s right, ripening fruits release tiny amounts of ethylene gas which can reduce the longevity of your fresh arrangement.

9 Interesting ways to Make Flowers Last Longer

There’s no need to keep asking yourself how to make flowers last longer. Surprisingly, you might have a few things lying around the house that can help you enjoy your bouquets. Check out the interesting list of household remedies below:

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar + Sugar
  2. Aspirin
  3. Bleach
  4. Coins
  5. Flower Food
  6. Fridge
  7. Soda
  8. Vodka

The best way of making sure your flowers are nice and fresh longer is to keep it in the fridge. 

Now that you have some extra tricks up your sleeve for ensuring the longevity of your bouquets, you should try one out yourself!