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Formby Crest - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Formby Crest - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Stolze Von Berlin - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Stolze Von Berlin - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Rock Run Ashley - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Rock Run Ashley - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Rocco - Description - This cute miniature pom variety is loaded with adorable boysenberry colored flower heads, each of which are packed with hundreds of inward curving petals, creating the most beautiful display. While plants are on the shorter side, they produce long, strong stems in abundance all season long. A good cut flower.

Rocco - Description - This cute miniature pom variety is loaded with adorable boysenberry colored flower heads, each of which are packed with hundreds of inward curving petals, creating the most beautiful display. While plants are on the shorter side, they produce long, strong stems in abundance all season long. A good cut flower.

Platinum Blonde - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Platinum Blonde - Harvesting/Vase Life - Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Lark's Ebbe - Harvesting/Vase Life Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

Lark's Ebbe - Harvesting/Vase Life Cut when blooms are three-quarters of the way open, but not overly ripe. To do this, check the back of each flower head, looking for firm & lush petals versus papery or slightly dehydrated ones. Place into water with hydrator, or sear stem ends by placing into 160-180* water & allow to cool for 1 hour. Blooms will last 5-6 days.

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