Pink Farmer's Market Bouquet

Fresh cut Flowers Delivered

You know the feeling. The slighter breezes and the softer sunshine of early spring days, long before summer's heat builds and shimmers. A smattering of the first fresh produce on the rustic stand at farm track end. The pride of place goes to buckets, cans and jars of fresh, fresh flowers. Enough for an armful or two!

That's what you have in these farm stand bunches. Our growers will create a custom bouquet with the freshest Lilies and field flowers, all in strawberry-sweet pink. The pick of the day, the best of the best, a perfect Mother's Day gift.

We also offer a Yellow Farmer's Market Bouquet and a White Farmer's Market Bouquet.

Our Farmer's Market Bouquets are also available in a Grand Box of 4 bunches, for special events and DIY weddings.

This rather robust bouquet can be disassembled to make several smaller, yet equally beautiful Valentine's Day flower arrangements.
 

$89.00
Shipping Included
Flower Care: 

Not sure how to care for your cut flowers once they've arrived? Read on. These steps may seem basic, but they're all every bit as important as they are simple. What matters most is making sure that your flowers get plenty of fresh, clean water, and that they're able to absorb it without any difficulty.

Let the flowers rehydrate.

When your flowers arrive, they'll be wrapped in a paper sleeve. Cut or tear off the bottom inch of this sleeve, clip the stems, and place your flowers in water, with the sleeve still on. It will support the flowers while they first rehydrate, which will take just a few hours.

Cut the stems.

Use a clean, sharp blade (scissors, pruners, and kitchen knives will all work) to clip at least an inch off each stem upon receipt. This will enable the flowers to drink plenty of water, resulting in a longer vase life.

Remove lower foliage.

Carefully remove any leaves that lie below the water line. Wet foliage can rot and cause bacterial growth, leading to dirty water and a dramatically shortened vase life.

Clean your vase.

Make sure your vase is thoroughly cleaned and rinsed before filling it with clean water, as bacteria in the vase damages flowers.

Use clean, lukewarm water.

Water that's too hot or cold can be shocking to flowers, and inhibit their ability to drink.

Add flower food.

You'll receive a packet of flower food with your package; be sure to use it! This mild antibacterial agent will help keep your water clean and fresh.

Keep out of heat or direct sun.

Your flowers will be happiest in a cool room (65-72 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal), away from any heat sources like TVs, heat vents, and sunny windows.

Check water level daily.

Never let your vase run dry! Your flowers may be extremely thirsty, especially when they first arrive. Be sure to check the water level daily. If the water gets low, add more. If it appears at all cloudy, change the water, rinse the stems and cut a new end on each stem.

Shipping Information: 

All of our flowers and gifts are shipped via FedEx, and Standard Overnight delivery is included in all of our prices. We charge a little bit extra when FedEx charges us: for upgrades to Priority Overnight ($10) or Saturday Delivery ($15), and for delivery to Alaska and Hawaii ($12).

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