Keep the vase filled to the top with water so that all flower and foliage stems are submerged. This will ensure that they stay fresher, longer When the water begins to get cloudy it means it is time to change it out Remove fading blooms and wilted foliage- If your arrangement is in a basket or shallow dish, please keep the floral foam saturated with water. Keep your flowers out of direct sunlight and away from heating or cooling vents as this can dry them out and cause them to wilt Most flowers will last longer when kept in a cool place. Remember, some flowers last longer than others.
Orchids potted in containers with a hole at the bottom (drainage area) should be watered every 7-10 days, or when the pot feels light Orchids potted in a clear glass container with no drainage should be watered every 2 weeks using no more than a cup of water per plant Do not overwater. If the roots feels moist, let it be orchids should never be sitting in excess water, as this can cause the roots to n.t_ Ifthe leaves tum yellow, you are over watenng_ If the bulbs at the base are wrinkled and the roots shriveled, you are under watering. It is important that your orchid does not get direct sunlight on its leaves — They love bright indirect light and prefer warmer temperatures, doing well in regular “in-house” temperatures of between 60-75_ While good ventilation IS favored, they do not do well with strong temperature changes. Keep away from heaters and cooling vents. You can help keep the humidity up by gently misting your plant with a spray bottles every other day.