Bloom Basics: how to make your Florisian Roses last longer

There's nothing quite like a gorgeous bunch of roses to make you feel special . . . until a few days later when your beautiful bouquet starts drooping! Aside from making sure to select fresh blooms from the florist that will last longer, try these tips to help you keep your stems alive for more than just a few days. 
~ Cut The Stems
Cutting the stem at a 45-degree angle helps the roses take in water more easily. Also, keep the stems under running water as you cut, which you should do every few days to remove the damaged ends. (Florisian Roses already comes  cut at 45-degree, you just need to remove damage ends every few days)
~ Get Rid Of Leaves
 Leaving leaves on the stem to sit in water will cause them to die and spread bacteria in the water, which will quickly kill your gorgeous roses. (with FLorisian Roses you don't need to worry about it)
~ Change The Water Frequently 
Perhaps the easiest and most important tip (for any bouquet!) is to frequently give them fresh water with couple cubes of  ice.