Emerald Garnet

$49.99

Includes 5 Stems
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Vibrant hydrangea flower with lush green leaves and petals ranging from pink to green, set against a crisp white background, showcasing botanical beauty and natural elegance.

Experience the lush elegance of our Emerald Garnet bouquet. Rusty red and green hydrangeas intertwine, evoking the richness of an emerald forest and the warmth of garnet hues. With its sophisticated blend of colors, this bouquet adds a touch of luxury to any occasion, captivating with its natural beauty.


1. The Perfect Cut.
Use a sharp knife or gardening clippers for a clean 45-degree cut. Immediately place the freshly cut stem into water. This ensures maximum water absorption.
2. The Hot Water Trick.
Immerse the bottom of the stems in boiling water for 30 seconds. This simple trick helps to prevent wilting and prolongs the bloom's freshness.
3. Condition and Preserve.
Mix a preservative substance with tap water. This boosts their longevity and keeps them vibrant for longer.
4. Trimming and Arranging.
Remove leaves below the waterline and trim the stems to your desired length. This prevents stagnation and keeps your Hydrangeas looking fresh.
5. Dunk your blooms.
If the bloom starts to wilt, fill your sink with cool water, and dunk the heads of the hydrangeas right under the water. Leave them for at least 15 minutes. Remove them from the water, gently pat them dry with paper towels. Place in a vase filled with fresh water.


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Heads up! It’s possible that your bouquet might include slightly different flowers or colors than the arrangement pictured. Some flowers may arrive in bud form. These buds will gradually open as they reach full bloom.