These sweet smelling flowers make excellent accents to bouquet work and centerpieces. They are generally very short in stem length, but may be available in longer length during their peak season.
Care and Handling:
Look closely at flowers, makes sure there are no defects and that they are not collapsed. There should be three or four flowers per stem, with the lowest one being fully open and the others somewhat open. Stems should be cut cleanly and crisply and placed immediately into water. The flowers should be hydrated in a low sugar holding solution and preferably processed in the cooler. You will need special containers for these such as a tall glass or Styrofoam cup.