Caring for You Cut Flowers

Here you'll find tips for conditioning and caring for your cut flowers! We will add to this page regularly.

If you are ever curious about how to properly condition a specific flower or foliage type - and you can't find it here - email us at support@goingbloom.com. We'll be happy help!


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B

C

D

Baby's Breath

Banana Leaves

Bells of Ireland

Berzillia

Birds of Paradise

Bouvardia

Boxwood

Branches

Broomcorn

Bupleurum

Calla Lilies

Carnations

Celosia

China Berries

Clematis

Cocculus

Cordyline

Cornflower

Cotinus Smoke Bush

Crab Apple

Craspedia

Crocosmia

Croton

Curly Pine

Daffodils

Dahlia

Daisies

Delphinium

Dianthus

Dusty Miller


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F

G

H

Eucalyptus

Euonymus

Euphorbia

Ferns

Feverfew

Fiddlehead

Ferns

Flax Leaves

Flowering Branches

Freesia

Galax Leaves

Garden Roses

Garlands

Gerbera

Daisies

Gladiolus

Gomphrena

Grasses

Helleborus

Herbs

Hippeastrum

Holly

Honey Bracelet

Hops

Horsetail

Hosta Leaves

Huckleberry

Hyacinth

Hydrangeas

Hypericum Berries


I

J

K

L

Ilex Berries

Iris

Ivy

Jade

Laceflowers

Lambs Ear

Larkspur

Leucadendron

Liatris

Ligustrum

Lilacs

Lilies

Lisianthus

Lycopodium


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N

O

P

Magnolia

Millet

Monkshood

Monstera

Moss

Mums

Myrtle

Nagi

Oats

Olive Branches

Orchid

Oregonia

Orlaya

Palm Fronds

Peonies

Pepperberry Branches

Pitcher Plant

Pittosporum

Podocarpus

Pods

Pom Pons

Poppies

Privet Berries

Protea


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R

S

T

_

Ranunculus

Rice Flower

Rose Hips

Roses

Ruscus

Salal

Scabiosa

Solidago

Spray Roses

Sprengeri

Star Asparagus

Statice

Stock Flower

Sweet Peas

Thistle

Tulips

Tweedia


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V

W

X-Z

-

Veronica

Wheat

Yarrow