Foliage plays a quiet yet important role in most cut flower arrangements. When a floral designer arranges a bouquet of flowers, at least 25% of it will usually be greenery. Though it’s true that foliage is typically less expensive than flowers, that’s not the only reason it’s used. Just as a lawn creates the perfect frame for a flower garden, greenery has a way of making flowers look their very best.
Change the water every one to two weeks in order to prevent rotting and avoid mosquito larvae. The water should always look clear and smell fresh.