Flower of the month: Peonies (15 pcs)
Don’t miss out the Peony season! Blooming Peonies are one of a kind beauties and they bring joy as they let hope bloom. This is a limited promotion, so don't wait too long. Order before Tuesday 19 May to receive them on Thursday 21 May. Same for ordering before 26 May and receiving them on Thursday 28 May.You can't pick the colour as this is a special offer, but please leave a note if you have a preference. We'll try to meet this. You can choose for pickup in Sheung Wan/Happy Valley or home delivery (starts from HKD 100). Both will take place on Thursday 21 and 28th of May only.
Pickup can be done on Thursday 21 May and Thursday 28 May at Knead on 28 Jervois street in Sheung Wan. The flowers will be ready for you after 2 PM and there's no extra charge for pickup.
Send a message to 63163930 if you prefer pickup in Happy Valley.
Delivery (starts from HK$100)
Standard delivery will take place on Thursdays only
Afternoon time slot (noon - 4 pm)
Evening time slot (6 pm - 10 pm)
The standard delivery fee starts from HK$100*
*no delivery on the outlying islands
1. Carefully remove and put the paper wrap aside. Don't worry if the leaves from the Peonies appear a little limp. They just need some water to perk up!
2. Fill up a clean container or vase with at least 1/2 liter to 1 liter of room temperature water.
3. With sharp floral shears, cut at least 2 centimeters off each stem at a diagonal and quickly place the Peony in the water. You'll want to make sure you remove any foliage or leave that falls below the water line.
4. The rate at which the blooms open will vary and depend on a variety of factors. Some peony varieties (e.g., coral charm) open quickly, while others may take a few days to start. The temperature of the room they are kept in will also affect how quickly they open, but also how quickly they filt.
5. You'll want to keep an eye on the water levels as peonies can drink quite a bit of water so you may have to re-fill the vase often. Also, you'll want to clean and refill the vase and re-cut the stems at least every 2 days to maximize vase life (the average is 5 days).