Big, bold sunflowers make an informal and very eye-catching display – they’re also a wonderful focal point for some of our most impressive bouquets and arrangements. It’s easy to see why the sunflower inspired the artist, Vincent Van Gogh, with its dark centre and halo of golden yellow petals. Interestingly the sunflower is also one of Nature’s illusions as what looks like one large flower is actually made up of lots of tiny blooms.
To keep the sunflowers in your bouquet looking their best for as long as possible, cut off at least 2cm from each stem at an angle, add flower food to a vase of fresh water, and replace the water when it starts to look cloudy. Remove any submerged leaves and your sunflowers should last for up to 12 days.
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