Champagne Orchid
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Additional Information

Is this bouquet safe for pets? This bouquet contains chrysanthemums, which can have adverse effects on animals if consumed in large quantities. If you purchase this bouquet, we recommend you keep it out of the reach of pets.
How long should the bouquet last? Our 100% Happiness Guarantee promises that each of our bouquets will last at least a week. If your bouquet doesn't last this long, or you have any other issues, you can learn how to redeem your Happiness Guarantee here. When properly cared for, your cymbidium orchids and chrysanthemums can last as long as 3 weeks.
How should I care for this product? We include care tips with all bouquets which will help your recipient get the most out of their flowers. For more information, read our Flower & Plant Care Essentials, where you can see care tips for specific stems as well as general tips for your bouquet. Please note that the orchids will come in hydration vials - these can be carefully refilled when replacing the water in the vase. Take care when handling the orchids as they are delicate.
Will my flowers look like the picture? We send some of the stems from this bouquet in bud, including the roses and lisianthus. This helps to protect the delicate flowers in transit, and just means your bouquet will need a day or two in water to open up and look like the picture.
How are the flowers packaged? The flowers will be wrapped in branded cellophane for protection, and packaged in a branded cardboard box.
Will the flowers come in water? Our flowers will arrive in a hydration unit called a porto. This is a sponge that keep them hydrated during their journey. This is because a vase or jug of water would be likely to cause water damage in transit. Be sure to trim the stems when they arrive and place them in water as soon as possible. The orchid stems will have individual hydration vials - these do not need to be removed when putting the bouquet in a vase, and can easily be snapped to make the vial the right length if necessary.