Orange Gerbera Daisy Wholesale Flowers (80 stems)

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  • $159.98
  • Regular price $225.00

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Orange Gerbera Daisy

In terms of popularity as a flower used in decorating empty spaces, Gerbera Daisy occupy 5th place worldwide. Needless to say the other 4 most popular are roses, carnations, chrysanthemums and tulips which we also sell wholesale. Orange Daisy flowers are ideal as Gerbera Daisy Bouquets for you and your bridesmaids, wedding centerpieces, birthdays or corporate special events. Orange Gerber Daisy are perfect ingredients for corsages and boutonnieres and trimmings for bridal veils.

Buy Wholesale Bulk Orange Gerbera Daisy Online with flower delivery to your door.

Available year round.

Details:
  • Single bloom per stem
  • Stem length of 20”
  • Average round bloom size 3” to 5”
  • Vase life average 7+ days

We suggest scheduling the flowers to arrive 2 days before your event in order to allow the flowers to hydrate and open in time for your event. Please visit our Fresh Flower Care link below for information and tips to ensure best flower performance. All images are from the actual flowers, due to weather conditions and different display settings, the shade may vary to a small degree from product image shown.

Gerbera Daisy Care

Start with a very clean vase. Fill it about halfway with fresh, cool water; add the included cut-flower food to the vase. Hold each stem next to your vase to gauge how much you'll need to trim. Fill a sink with cool water. Using a sharp knife or floral shears, cut stems underwater at a 45-degree angle. This prevents them from sitting flat in the vase and allows for better water absorption. Arrange the flowers in the vase.

Recondition the flowers 2-3 day: Recut the stems, change the water, and add nourishment. To feed your flowers after the flower food is used up, refill your vase with a solution of one teaspoon sugar and two drops liquid bleach per gallon of fresh, cool water. Display your flowers away from fruit and vegetables, which produce ethylene gas as they ripen; this causes cut flowers to deteriorate. Keep the flowers in a cool room, out of direct sun and away from sources of heat and drafts.