Gardenia Corsage

A gardenia corsage boasts a large, perfect bloom grown on a plant. The petals must be handled carefully, because the oils from your fingers can brown them. Keep the corsage cooled in a refrigerator (towards the front - not the back which is usually colder). It is wise to dip a paper towel in water, squeeze it out, and lay gently over the flower until the corsage is worn.

I recommend Finishing Touch for all corsage use. This finishing mist is used by professional florist to keep moisture supplies to the flower. The mixture is actually absorbed thru the petals, making up for the loss of water once the stem of the flower is cut.

The gardenia is the focal point of this corsage, and enhanced by pink roses, white statice and a dainty pink bow.

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