At Eflorist, we take pride in delivering beautiful bouquets that are carefully prepared for their journey. When you receive our courier flowers, you may notice that they are delivered in bud, which means the flowers have not yet bloomed. In this article, we'll explain the concept of delivering flowers in bud, its benefits, and how you can ensure the longevity of your bouquet.
What Does "Delivered in Bud" Mean?
When we say your flowers are delivered in bud, it means they are sent to you at an early stage of their life cycle. The flowers haven't fully blossomed yet, but they carry the promise of the stunning blooms they will become.
Freshness and Protection in Transit:
Delivering flowers in bud helps to maintain their freshness and protect them during transit. By sending them at an early stage, we ensure that the blossoms arrive in optimal condition, ready to bloom and bring joy in your home.
Perking Up Your Bouquet:
When your bouquet arrives, the flowers may appear thirsty due to their journey. To give them a little boost, we recommend giving the stems a trim and providing them with water. This will help rehydrate the flowers and encourage them to perk up and reveal their full beauty.
Enjoying Longevity at Home:
Delivering flowers in bud extends their lifespan, allowing you to enjoy their beauty for an even longer period. As the buds gradually open, you'll have the pleasure of witnessing the blossoms unfold, creating a captivating display that brightens your space.
When you receive our courier flowers in bud, you are receiving a promise of beauty yet to come. These blooms have been carefully selected and protected during transit to ensure their freshness and longevity. Give your bouquet a little TLC by trimming the stems and providing water upon arrival, and you'll soon witness the magic of nature as the buds open and transform into stunning blooms. Delighting you with vibrant colours and fragrant scents, our flowers in bud bring joy and a sense of anticipation to your home.
You can also see a more detailed guide on how to care for your recent flower delivery.