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Best Flowers for Vases
Flowers are a great way to spruce up a home or office, as well as being an excellent gift no matter the occasion. There are several factors to consider when you are picking out which flowers to put in a vase. While the appearance and the scent of the flowers are two important factors, you also want to consider how long the flowers can last in a vase, as well as how much maintenance they need. If you are getting flowers for someone who is busy or planning to keep flowers at work, you do not want a high upkeep flower. Listed below are some of the top varieties of flowers to keep in a vase.

Alstroemeria

Alstroemerias are a common flower notable for their trumpet shape and colored speckles along with the petals. Alstroemerias are a good vase flower because they typically last for two or three weeks. They require a fair amount of water, so do not give them as a gift for someone with a busy schedule. When the flowers are blooming, the stems turn yellow and begin to wilt. For the best appearance, pluck the browning leaves off of the stems. Alstroemeria pair well with other bright flowers, such as pink roses or lisianthus.

Carnations

Carnations are one of the go-to flowers for gifts because of how common they are. They are also one of the most affordable flowers. There are also a variety of carnations to choose from, leading to many unique and creative floral arrangements. Carnations are a great flower for vases because they last for three weeks and require minimal maintenance.

Spray Roses

Roses are one of the most popular flowers to purchase a gift. There are many different roses available, but spray roses are one of the best types for vases. Spray roses are less pricey than some of the other rose variants. They are smaller than other types of roses, which makes them easier to store in a vase. Spray roses normally last between two and three weeks and require basic maintenance.

Stargazer Lilies

Stargazer lilies largely come in two colors, a bright magenta or a lighter shade of white. While stargazer lilies are visually appealing, they can potentially make a mess when stored in a vase. When they are cut, stargazer lilies produce orange pollen. Most of the pollen falls off, but some stick to the flowers for longer periods, eventually falling off days later. To avoid any possible pollen stains in the house, it is a good idea to place the vase on a tray or other display surface. When stored, stargazer lilies remain fresh for 12 to 15 days.

Allium

Alliums are notable for their vibrant, purple color. Alliums are pretty, but require a bit more upkeep than other flowers. Alliums are related to onions, shallots, and leeks, and if you do not change the water frequently, produce a similar smell to those other plants. Normally, they last for around three weeks in a vase.

Chrysanthemum

In terms of longevity, it is hard to find a better vase flower than chrysanthemums. On average, these flowers last for a month in a vase. When selecting flowers, prioritize chrysanthemums with longer stems, as these tend to last longer than shorter stem variants.

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