You will need
  • - pure filtered water;
  • vase;
  • knife;
  • - funds for conservation.
If you gave roses or you took them from a suburban area, immediately expand the packing, clean the stem to the height of the vase. It should not be the leaves and thorns.
Pour into a vase of filtered water one-third. Add 1 bag "Crizal" is a tool for long-term storage of flowers, sold in any flower shop. Allows you to keep the flowers fresh the maximum amount of time.
Cut the stem with a sharp knife at a 45 degree angle, put the bouquet in a vase. Place the vase in a cool place, away from sunlight and heaters.
If you have not bought "Krizal", then pour in vase 1 teaspoon of sugar, stir it, put the bouquet.
Instead of sugar you can use 1 teaspoon vinegar, 1 g of citric acid or 1 aspirin (not fizzy). Any of the funds carefully dissolve in water and then place the bouquet.
Also helps to keep the bouquet for a long time intact 1 drop of detergent for dishes or 1 drop of the thick chlorine-based products.
No matter what solution do you put the roses, get a daily bouquet, thoroughly wash the vase, fill with fresh filtered water, rinse the stems under the tap and make a new cut.
Additionally, several times a day, spray the bouquet with clean filtered water. This will help not to lose the roses moisture and significantly extend the shelf life.
At night put the bouquet in a bath of cold water or remove in a cool place with a temperature of plus 2 degrees. It is also more conducive to long-term storage of roses.
If the bouquet stood for quite a long time and no one method does not help, make a new slice, dip the stems in boiling water for 20 minutes, cover the flowers with cellophane. But this measure is extreme, use it only if all other recovery methods fail.