Baby's Breath (Gypsophilia) | Flower Care

Once you receive your wholesale baby's breath (gypsophilia), they may arrive looking thirsty or tired. This is completely normal. Did you know filler flowers experience jet lag too?

Just follow these simple steps, and your baby's breath will fluff up in time for arranging.

From The Box:

1. With a sharp knife or scissors, gently cut plastic straps.

2. Fill containers with 4 inches of fresh, cool water.

3. Carefully remove each bunch of baby's breath (gypsophilia). Keep rubber bands on until you're ready to arrange them.

3. Uncover plastic wrapping.

4. Using a sharp knife or scissors, cut stems diagonally an inch from the bottom of the stem. Place stems immediately in water.

5. Allow flowers at least 4 hours to hydrate.

6. Change water every 24 hours and recut stems about an inch from the bottom of the stem to assure freshness.

Keep baby's breath away from direct sunlight and excessive heat.

Are your baby's breath not fluffy enough?

 

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