Cut flower care.
80 plus years and Williams Florist is still the trusted local business that cares about the people and services they provide to their clients.
From in-house calls to weekly to corporate arrangement deliveries, weddings, special events and final farewells.
The team at Williams can do it all.
To many local businesses and wedding venues being a preferred supplier requires two key elements: reliability and quality.
The watchful and experienced eye of owner-operator Kathleen oversees the care, storage and conditioning of all cut flowers and foliages that pass through the store to ensure they are handled with the utmost care.
Ensuring that the team uphold their reputation of providing quality service and products that so many people from the local community rely on year-in and year-out;
Kathleen dedicates herself to ensuring only the best blooms are selected during the ordering and purchasing process.
This means many times a week a 2 am start is not uncommon and wedding season brings with it a 7 day week schedule.
CUT FLOWER TIPS AND TRICKS
- REMOVE FLOWERS FROM WRAPPING AND DISCARD ‘WET-PACK GEL’
- RECUT AND PLACE YOUR FLOWERS IN FRESH WATER IN A CLEAN VASE
- REFRESH WATER EVER SECOND DAY, IF NOT DAILY.
- POSITION FLOWERS IN A COOL PLACE
For more tips and tricks be sure to ask your local florist the best way to care for the blooms you purchase.
Each variety of flower requires different care to ensure the longevity of your flowers.
Fruit and foliage.
EDIBLES AND BLOOMS
In-trend fruit and foliage
Cinnamon sticks and herbs.
Pears and herbs.
Pears, artichokes and olive branches.
Peony’s, olive branches and artichokes.
Apples, lemons and foliages.