Red Charm Peonies
So gorgeous, these are a stunning dark burgundy and open really quickly but have a great vase life.
Sold in bunches of 10, wrapped simply in paper.
1) When you receive them cut off all the extra foliage you don't need.
2) Make sure your vase is tall enough to support the stems, peonies have very heavy heads.
3) Make sure there is sufficient water, and that no foliage is in the water (it just rots and makes your flowers die faster). Change the water every couple of days and re-cut the stems each time. If your water goes cloudy, start again with fresh water and a clean vase.
4) If you want them to bloom faster put them in a warm part of your house. If you want them to bloom slower keep them cool. You can put them in the fridge for a perk up. I like to leave mine in the fridge overnight, or in the coolest room of the house to keep them fresher for longer.