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Rose (Rosa)
Cut roses do best in cool temperatures away from direct sunlight.  Change the water every few days using a clean container. Re-cut the stems on an angle every third water change.

Daisy (Chrysanthemum)
Daisies tolerate moderate temperatures.  Change the water occasionally using a clean container.  Re-cut the stems on an angle if needed.

Sunflower (Helianthus)
Sunflowers do well at room temperature.  Re-cut the stems on an angle and change the water often using a clean container.


Cyclamen (C. Persicum)
Likes cool temperatures (55-65°F) and bright light but not direct sunlight.  Keep the soil moist but do not over water.  Add humidity if possible.

Hydrangea (H. Macrophylia)
Likes cool temperatures. Check soil often and keep soil moist from spring to fall. Should not water with hard water.

Daffodil (Narcissus Hybrida)
A sure sign of spring.  Likes bright light and moderate watering.

Orchid (Orchidaceae)
Prefer lots of light but not direct sunlight, moderate temperatures with a seven week period with high temperatures around 50 degree F for good flowering.

Pothos (Epipremnum)
Likes low to bright light and moderate temperatures.  Let the soil dry out between watering and water sparingly in low light conditions.

Geranium (Pelargonium)
Likes plenty of light and moderate water.  Let soil dry out between watering.  Should not give extra humidity.

Azalea (Rhododendron)
Likes cool temperatures, bright light and added humidity. Should check soil regularly and keep the soil wet.  Should not water with hard water.


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