How to make Tulips stand up

Fresh Cut

Trim tulip stems at an angle before placing them in water. This helps them absorb water more efficiently.

Water Level

Ensure the water in the vase is sufficient to cover at least half of the tulip stems.

Remove Leaves

Remove any foliage below the waterline to prevent bacterial growth.

Support System

Use a floral support grid or tape to keep tulip stems straight within the vase.

Change Water

Regularly change the water every 2-3 days to maintain freshness.

Avoid Crowding

Place tulips in a spacious vase to prevent them from being overcrowded.

Aspirin Trick

Add a crushed aspirin tablet to the water to prolong tulip freshness.

Vinegar Solution

Mix a few drops of vinegar with water to prevent the growth of bacteria.

Re-Cutting Stems

If tulips start to droop, re-trim their stems and place them in fresh water to revive them.