Fresh Cut Olive Branches Care Sheet
Congratulations on your fresh cut olive tree branches from Willow and Wolf Ranch! With a little bit of care, you can keep them looking beautiful for weeks to come. Here's what you need to know:
Give Them a Fresh Cut: Before placing your olive branches in water, it's important to give them a fresh cut. Using a pair of sharp scissors or garden shears, trim the ends of the branches at an angle. This will help the branches absorb water more easily.
Find a Suitable Vase: Choose a vase that is tall enough to support the height of your olive branches. You may want to consider a clear glass vase to showcase the natural beauty of the branches.
Fill with Water: Fill the vase with cool water. The water should be changed every two to three days to keep the branches fresh.
Add a Little Something Extra: To add a touch of creativity and personalization to your arrangement, you can add additional elements to the vase. Consider adding a few small stones, decorative pebbles, or a sprig of rosemary.
Placement Matters: Place your olive branches in a location that is out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources. You can also add a few ice cubes to the water to help keep the branches fresh for longer.
Enjoy Your Beautiful Arrangement: With a little bit of care, your fresh cut olive tree branches will stay beautiful for weeks to come. Take the time to appreciate the natural beauty of your arrangement and enjoy the calming presence it brings to your home.
We hope these tips help you keep your fresh cut olive tree branches looking beautiful for as long as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to Willow and Wolf Ranch for more guidance.
Fresh Cut Blooming
Place in low, indirect sunlight. Avoid direct sun to prevent petal burn.
Keep at room temperature (63-80 F°) away from drafts or vents.
Upon arrival, cut approximately 1" from the bottom of stems at a 45 degree angle with a sharp knife or pruners. Remove foliage so that no leaves are underwater. Place in 3-4" of cool water. To prolong life, change water and trim stems every other day.