Flower Tip #4 – Make ’em Last No one wants to see their flowers die after just a few days. We have been told about cutting the stem in water, at an angle. We add food for them. What else can we do to make them last longer. WaterBeads! This is one of the things […]Read More →
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Flower Tip #3 – Buy Bulk First Go to a bulk flower supplier first to get the majority of a bouquet, and then go to your favorite florist to get just one or two expensive flowers to make it special. Costco, Sam’s, and BJ’s sell bunches of flowers for around $10. With one single more […]Read More →
Flower tip #2 – Shorten the Travel Distance Some flowers at this time of year have to travel literally thousands of miles to reach your doorstep. If you focus on getting flowers that may be grown in your town, or even your state, you are getting fresher flowers. Roses are very expensive this time of […]Read More →
The biggest flower shopping day of the year is coming, so I thought I would give you a few tips to keep in mind for that special day. Flower tip #1 – Look at the leaves first. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, make sure when looking for the right flowers that you look at the […]Read More →
I thought I would try a poinsettia in Water Beads for the holiday. I would have to say that there are a couple things to keep in mind if you want to have one in WaterBeads that actually looks big and healthy like they come in the pot. How tall are the stems – Poinsettia […]Read More →
Just found this great picture of beautiful uses for Water Beads and Candles. Putting your desired color of waterbeads in, filling container with water just to the top of the waterbeads, then placing a candle at the top, gives you the color and suspended candle. Plus, you would never have spilled wax anywhere. The wax […]Read More →
We have started our Refer a Friend campaign. Our customers mean everything to us and we want to make sure that you are getting the best of the best with our WaterBeads and our service. We know you are telling your friends about us and we want to make sure you are rewarded for helping […]Read More →
I have already written a couple of posts about fungus that may grow on water beads. This is my updated opinion on the matter. Treat it before it happens! I originally asked the manufacturer what to do and was told to add 1/2 teaspoon of bleach to the 2 quarts of water that you hydrate […]Read More →
GrowSnow is our new/old product. The super absorbent polymer that Water beads are made of was originally used for agricultural farming. Farmers would buy hundreds of pounds and till it into their soil to prevent water loss to the crops. Now you can get smaller quantities for your indoor potted plants or small at home […]Read More →
We are a society of people who love to throw things away when we are done with them. Although, we are shifting to a more sustainable world where that may not happen as much, it is a slow process of re-educating the masses to find an alternative. Water beads do not have to be thrown […]Read More →