In celebration of the spring season, we’ve combined billowy blue hydrangea blossoms, creamy white Asiatic lilies, Peruvian lilies with streaks of burgundy and sunburst-shaped chrysanthemums against a backdrop of dark green ruscus leaves. The bouquet has a very natural appeal when allowed to spread out in our aluminum plated trophy vase.
- Stem length:15″ – 17″
- Stem count: 21
- Vase: glass, 8″ high
Remove all foliage that will fall below the water line. Cut stems to the appropriate length of your container or vase. Do not be afraid to cut! Hydrangeas may look a bit tired upon arrival. Don’t despair! They’re healthy – just thirsty…they will rehydrate and perk up within 24 hours. As the lilies open, you may gently pull off the pollen anthers to avoid pollen dust. Be careful not to get lily pollen on your clothing or linens. You may wish to place a protective mat under your bouquet to prevent pollen from falling on your furniture or carpet if you do not remove the anthers. Change water and re-cut stems every other day.