If your roses are drooping or wilting, don't' worry! Sometimes air can get trapped in the tips of rose stems which makes it difficult for the rose to drink water. This means the stem loses it's water tension and can begin to droop. If this happens, we recommend that you take the roses out of the vase and cut about an inch off of the stem at a 45 degree angle. Place the roses back in cold, fresh water and you should being to see them perk back up within 24 hours!
If you'd like to see more care tips, you can visit our Flower & Plant Care Tips page. If you still have any questions, queries or concerns, then please feel free to get in touch with us and an agent would be more than happy to help put things right!