You’re planning the perfect Valentine’s Day celebration and want to be sure the day is just as special as any other year, despite all of these lovely COVID impacts…
If you’re ordering flowers, naturally, you want to make sure they last as long as possible, right!?
We’re here to help you choose the right blooms for your sweetheart that will last well beyond the big day!
Carnations are one of the best cut flowers to include in an arrangement.
If cared for correctly, these beauties can last up to 2 weeks!
Pro tip: When cutting your carnations, cut directly in the middle of the thick, knobby looking part of the stem.
A Valentine’s Day classic: the rose.
Whether you choose romantic red, pretty pink, or happy yellow, here are some top tips for keeping your fresh friends looking their best.
A sweet and sunny alternative to roses, the sunflower is another favorite pick for Valentine’s Day.
A symbol of beauty & love, the pink orchid is a perfect bloom for Valentine’s Day.
If properly cared for, these beauties can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks!
Most orchids can even keep their freshness out of water (for a few hours, that is).
A non-traditional take on Valentine’s Day flowers, but we’re soo here for it.
With their deep blue-purple hues, these blooms are perfect for adding depth and contrast to any V-Day arrangement.
Also known as the Peruvian Lily, Alstroemeria is another beautiful, long-lasting choice for your sweethearts Valentine’s Day bouquet.
With 6 to 8 flowers per stem, you totally get more blooms for your buck with these.
They’re also a pretty perfect addition to any Valentine’s Day arrangement as their 6 petals stand for understanding, humor, patience, empathy, commitment, and respect.
A personal favorite (don’t tell the others), it’s truly a crime to keep the gerbera daisies’ bright, vibrant colors out of any Valentine’s Day arrangement.