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Cut Flowers Love Blue Light

And Can Even Help Mitigate Some Blue Light Impacts

Blue light has been getting a bad rap lately, and for good reason – it can disrupt our sleep and cause eye strain. But while blue light might be bad news for us humans, it can actually be a great thing for our cut flowers.

Blue light has been shown to have a positive impact on cut flowers. Studies have found that blue light can help keep cut flowers fresh longer by slowing down the rate of wilting and promoting the production of chlorophyll. Additionally, blue light has been found to discourage  the production of ethylene, a gas that helps delay the aging of the flowers

One study that looked at the effects of blue light on cut flowers was published in the journal Horticulture Environment and Biotechnology in 2018. The study found that exposure to blue light delayed wilting and increased the longevity of cut flowers, compared to flowers not exposed to blue light. This was confirmed by another study in 2020. 

Blue Light Extends Cut Flower Life

Cut flowers are one of the loveliest things that you can have in your home or office. They bring a bit of nature’s beauty indoors, and they can add some much-needed cheer to a room. But did you know that blue light can actually help your cut flowers stay fresh and vibrant for longer?

It’s true! Blue light helps to promote photosynthesis in cut flowers, which helps them to stay fresh and beautiful for longer. This is because blue light helps the flowers absorb energy from the sun, which helps them grow and stay healthy.

Keeping Flowers Alive Longer Benefits Your Mood

Not only does blue light help cut flowers stay looking beautiful for longer, but it can also help to improve your mood. Studies have shown that having cut flowers in a space can boost the mood of those around them. The presence of flowers can elevate our mood and help us to feel more relaxed and at ease.

This is in direct contrast to exposure to blue light that has been shown to reduce melatonin production and disrupt the circadian rhythm, both of which have been associated with negative mood effects.

So, while blue light might not be great for us, it can be a huge benefit to our cut flowers.  And since we now know that cut flowers love that blue light, it only makes sense to keep cut flowers near sources of blue light. It benefits your flowers and you!

So, the next time you’re feeling down, bring some cut flowers into your home or office to help brighten your day. 

Make cut flowers last longer

Use A Fresh Flower Food That Stems Will Crave

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Perk up your flowers so they stay bright and hydrated longer. Now there is flower food for cut flowers with the  extra boost of caffeine.

Flower Food For Cut Flowers With Caffeine

Why caffeine? The same way you crave your first cup of coffee each day, caffeine helps perk up your cut flowers and make them thirsty for a big gulp of water that will help keep them fresh and hydrated longer. 


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It makes you wonder why no one thought of this before!

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Flower Boosters is the ultimate solution for how to make fresh cut flowers last longer and smell better than ever before. It is flower food for cut flowers that flowers will crave.

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