What do I put my flowers in to hydrate them?

Hydration (sometimes called “processing”) means re-cutting the flower stems and placing the flower stems into water so that the flower can suck water up the stem. As the flower sucks water up the stem the flower continues to hydrate, open and ultimately blossom. Using a flower nutrient in the water is extremely helpful in making your flowers open, increase color and fragrance, and last the longest they possibly can.