I know that they usually come with a packet of preserver but I like to be unconventional, besides, you may not know these tricks and could use them when cutting from your own garden.
On Sundays, which is our grocery shopping day, we purchase a bouquet of flowers to display on our dining table.
We usually buy hydrangeas but they didn't have any in the store so we bought some spray roses instead.
While flipping through the add I noticed these were on sale and had to have them. They're gorgeous aren't they?
I think this week I will have to purchase a few more bouquets just to place around the house.
Here is a few ways that you can keep your flowers looking fresher, longer!
It's a tried-and-true way to keep roses and other cut flowers fresh, longer: Crush an aspirin and place in the water before adding your flowers. There are many other ways that you can preserve your flowers with things you already have in your home, including: a multivitamin, a teaspoon of sugar, a pinch of salt and baking soda, even a copper penny. Also, don't forget to change the water every few days.