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Great Uses for Valentine's Day Flowers
Our ýMake a Statementţ articles are about expressing emotions ˝ from love to sympathy to gratitude ˝ without saying a word. For February, we thought to honor this month's amorous spirit by offering suggestions on how to find a little extra romance in your Valentine's Day flowers, even after the holiday has passed.
While your love may last a lifetime, those romantic flowers your partner sent you for Valentine's Day probably won't. Although you can often prolong the vase-life of your flowers by following our cut flower care tips, eventually even the best flowers from your online florist will begin to wilt and fade. If you've tried to refresh your flowers using our flower revival techniques and they simply haven't perked up, then it's time to throw the whole bouquet in the trash.
Just kidding! There are a number of romantic uses for your Valentine's Day flowers that can ensure your bouquet continues to bring you joy long after its vase-life is over. Here at Dot Flowers, we've compiled some of the most interesting (and occasionally bizarre) ideas out there for using your romantic flowers after their initial freshness has faded. While some of our suggestions are a little time consuming, most are quick and easy ways to make a statement without a lot of fuss. In fact, we're pretty sure you'll find these simple tips almost as enjoyable as receiving your flowers in the first place!
Use your fading flowers to help your romance flourish by trying out our Romantic Flower Ideas . . .