Flower of the month: Ranunculus
Beauty can be as simple as a stunning bouquet of ranunculus in a vase (20 stems). They can come in various colours like pink, white, orange, red, yellow, purple. 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 or home delivery (starts from HK$100). Both will take place on the following dates: - Saturday 2 and 9 May - Thursday 14, 21 and 28 May
Pickup can be done on Saturday 2, 9 May and/or Thursday 14, 21, 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 to collect the flowers in Happy Valley.
Delivery (starts from HK$100)
Ranunculus delivery will take place on Saturday 2, 9 May and/or Thursday 14, 21, 28 May.
Afternoon time slot (noon - 4 pm)
Evening time slot (6 pm - 10 pm)
The delivery fee starts from HK$100*
*no delivery on the outlying islands
The ranunculus’ textured crepe-like petals are extremely delicate, and their blooms require a bit more attention. So handle carefully when removing them from their packaging and follow our steps below to help your ranunculus bouquet last 5 days and up. Don't worry if they look a little leap while unpacking. They just need some H2o to perk up.
- Fill a clean vase with hand warm water.
- Add flower food and a teaspoon of sugar to the vase.
- Use sharp scissors or a small kitchen knife to trim 2 centimeters off from the bottom of the stem at a 45-degree angle.
- Remove all excess foliage that would rest below the vase’s waterline, as the leaves can introduce potentially harmful bacteria to the water.
- Drop the ranunculus flowers in and arrange how you see fit—just make sure they have adequate support and room to bloom.
- Cut flowers aren’t a big fan of direct sunlight or hot or cold drafts. So find them a nice, cool space.
- And always keep ranunculus flowers away from pets—they’re toxic to animals!
- Every two days, you’ll want to re-trim the stems, change the water, and add more flower nutrients or a little sugar to keep those pretty little flowers for more than a week.