Frequently asked Questions
Tropical Flowers and Foliage usually have a very long vase life when they get good care:
- Clean water
- Enough light but no direct sun
- Before putting in water cut off 2 cm
- No current air
- Temperature not over 25º C
How should you care for Flowers and Foliage once they arrive at your home?
Put them in fresh water, add a pinch of sugar. Don’t forget: the edge of the stems might be dehydrated so cut them off about 2 cm so that the water can be absorbed easily. Tropical Flowers and Foliage do not like current air nor direct sun. The room temperature should not vary and not be over 25º C.
What should a Flower shop know about Costa Rican Tropical Flowers and Foliage?
If for example a Strelizia (Bird of Paradise) is totally closed, don’t panic and think this flower cannot be sold. Just cut off the stem 2 cm and put it into water with a little sugar. You will be surprised how fast this beautiful Bird of Paradise will open its flower.
How are the Costa Rican Flowers and Foliage shipped?
They are carefully packed in boxes, if necessary the stems are wrapped in wet paper to avoid dehydration. Flowers are shipped at a temperature of 10º to 15º C, Foliage at 3º - 5º C.
How about Tropical Flower bouquets?
If the clients wish, we also arrange for them beautiful Tropical Flower Bouquets. Just let us know your special wishes and ideas. Choose among our big variety of Tropical Flowers and Foliage and we will put together beautiful Bouquets.
How about The beautiful colored leaves and also different shapes of Tropical Foliage such as Cordelyne, Croton, Monstera, Palm leaves etc., make very special Bouquets and last very long.