Heavenly White

Includes 40 Stems
Person holding a beautiful bouquet of white flowers, featuring roses, lilies, and other greenery against a clean white background.
Elegant white flowers arranged in a clear vase on a wooden table beside a lit candle, with natural light casting a warm glow, near a window with garden view.
Beautiful white roses and green foliage arranged elegantly in a cardboard flower box with a visible postal label, showcased against a clean, white background.
An assortment of delicate flowers, including white alstroemeria, a full bloomed ranunculus, and small green budding branches, artfully arranged on a clean, white background.

Heads up! It’s possible that your bouquet might include slightly different flowers or colors than the arrangement pictured. Each bouquet is a handmade piece of art that is made just for the recipient. We promise that it will be just as fresh, beautiful, and lovely to receive!

Choose the BloomsyBox Heavenly White bouquet with lush Ranunculus from Southern California, symbolizing innocence and beauty in perfect white, accented with green Ruscus. Shipped as buds for lasting freshness, blooms in 2-3 days. Each handmade piece offers elegance, making it a delightful art to receive.

1. Trim your stems.
Make sure to trim the stems at a 45-degree angle before placing them in your vase with your flower food. This helps them hydrate properly!
2. Replace the vase water.
Keep your vase free of harmful bacteria that will shorten the lifespan of your flowers by removing wilted petals, removing leaves below the waterline, and replacing the water in your vase often.
3. Keep it cool.
Your cut flowers will always be happiest in cooler spaces. Whatever you do, avoid sunny windows!

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Heads up! Your bouquet might include slightly different flowers or colors than the arrangement pictured. Some flowers may arrive in bud form, which will gradually open as they reach full bloom.