Start with a very clean vase. Fill it about halfway with fresh, room-temperature water.
Hold the daffodils next to your vase to gauge how much stem you'll need to trim.
Using a sharp knife or floral shears, cut stems underwater at 45-degree angle so they don't sit flat on the bottom of the vase, for better water absorption. You can leave the protective husks on or gently remove them. Daffodils will last longer in shallow water.
Frequent re-cutting of the stems helps prolong the life of fleshy-stemmed flowers, such as daffodils. Your daffodils might arrive with closed buds, but they will open over the next few days after conditioning.
Recondition the flowers every two to three days: Re-cut the stems and change the water. Keep fresh flowers in a cool area to help them last longer.
Daffodils release a substance harmful to other flowers, so they are best kept to themselves in arrangements. If you'd like to mix them with other flowers, first place the cut stems in a container of cool water to soak overnight. This soaking helps the daffodils release some of the harmful substance.
English Gardens Acquires Plymouth Nursery
December 13, 2018
We're pleased to announce that we are opening a new store March 1, 2019.
English Gardens has acquired Plymouth Nursery, 9900 Ann Arbor Rd W, Plymouth, Michigan. The announcement was made jointly by John Darin, president of English Gardens, and Jeff Jones,...
English Gardens Customers Donate 590 trees to Trees for Troops program
December 10, 2018
Thank you to our customers who have helped us donate 590 fresh-cut Christmas Trees to military troops and their families as part of the Trees for Troops program.
Since 2012, English Gardnes has partnered with Christmas SPIRIT Foundation and FedEx to provide...