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Select from exotic fresh flowers, island wide delivery can be arranged for wholesale orders. Our cut flowers are of guaranteed quality. We provide bulk purchases of all types of Local Fresh Flowers.

Fresh cut flowers & foliage leaves at Lassana Flora
Agapanthus
Alstroemeria
Annasi Leaves
Anthurium
Areca Leaves
Arum Lily
Asparagus
Baby's Breath
Blue Wattle
Camellia
Cane Palm
Carnation
China Aster
Chinese Grass
Chrysanthemums
Compacta Leaves
Cordyline
Crab Claw
Daisy
Fan Palm
Ferns
Gerberas
Ginger Flower
Gladioli Flowers
Gladioli Leaves
Goldenrods
Green Berries
Heather(Limonium)
Heliconia
Hydrangea
Ivy
Kithul Leaves
Kokmota
Leather Ferns
Lotus
Madonna Lily
Massangeana
Mix Roses
Money Plant
Monstera
Nannyberry
Orchids
Papyrus
Pung Sticks
Rhapis Palm
Red Roses
Sandriana
Star Flowers
Statice
Tiger Lily
Water Lily
White Roses
White Michaelmas Daisies
Follow these simple suggestions to get the most out of your flower purchase!
Hydration is the key when it comes to flower longevity and bacteria is the enemy. As your flowers age, bacteria accumulates at the cut end of the stem and blocks the uptake of water into the flower. As the flow of water slows, the flower starts to dry and wilt and die. Here's what you can do to help:

Cool your flowers: Cooler temperatures slow the growth of bacteria and the related breakdown of plant tissues.


Re-cut stems regularly: Re-cut your stems (take about 1/2 inches off) right before you put them in water - this ensures that there aren't any air bubbles in the stem tissue that could block water uptake. Re-cutting stems also exposes clean tissue - uncluttered by bacteria.

Change vase water often: Flowers don't want to drink bacteria-water. Lift your stems out of the vase, change the water (add flower food to the new water if available) and re-cut your flower stems just before putting them back into water. Do this every other day and you can double the life of your flowers.


Flowers in foam: Some arrangements are assembled in floral foam where re-cutting stems isn't feasible. Make sure your stems are seated firmly in the foam (heavier flowers like hydrangeas sometimes wiggle loose) and simply add water daily.