Gerbera Tulip Twist


Debut Design – Be among the select few to share in this premiere design.

A welcomed guest at any summer party, reception or special occasion. Hot pink Gerbera daisies, orange tulips, and white wax flower is so entertaining, it’ll be. Accented in our black ceramic vase with spiral guide just inside the brim, it has an easy time keeping its twist in line.

  • Stem length:  16″ – 20″
  • Stem count:  15
  • Vase:  Black with gold trim, cast metal vase, 6″ high
  • Also available in our signature glass vase

Gently remove the protective netting from each blossom; the petals will gradually unfold to their full state. Fill vase with 5 to 6 inches of water depending on its height. The fuzzy stems of the gerbera daisies decompose quickly in deep water. To make sure the stems stand straight, support their heads while rehydrating. Bending is a natural attribute of the gerbera. Leaving the tulips in their cellophane wrap, trim ½” or more from each stem. Place wrapped tulips in your vase for at least one hour. Carefully remove wrap. This ensures that the stems drink the water and become sturdy. Don’t be afraid to cut! Your bouquet will look good with the different varieties in varying lengths.  Always add fresh water daily. Change water at least every couple of days. Cloudy or discolored water can indicate decomposition and bacterial growth.