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Pink Jasmine Vine Care + Conditioning

Mar 28, 2020

A rusty urn holding pink jasmine, tulips, and hellebores designed by Bella Fiori and sitting on a white table.

Bella Fiori | Flirty Fleurs

WHEN PINK JASMINE VINE ARRIVES IN YOUR STUDIO:

  • Remove packaging, if applicable
  • Recut stems at an angle
  • Remove any leaves that will fall below the water line during storage
  • Dip stems in 2 inches of Quick Dip for one second
  • Place in plain water or flower food solution/floral preservative
  • Mist occasionally with water to prevent the blooms from drying out

VASE LIFE:

  • Up to 5-7 days

FROM YOUR GARDEN:

  • Cut pink Jasmine from vine early in the morning(buds will be closed) or in the evening
  • Place in a bucket of water
  • Store in a cool, dark place
  • Hydrate overnight, if possible, before using

OTHER NOTES:

  • Remove pink Jasmine flowers as the blooms fade
  • Very fragrant
  • If flowers aren’t open, soak in a bath of water for 20 minutes, drain water, then place in a plastic bag while still wet, tie off the bag, and store in cooler
  • Flowers are delicate and may fall off with touch
  • If shipped, vine may appear limp upon arrival until hydrated
  • If ordering, try to receive product 2 days prior to event

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