FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my flowers last?


Fresh cut flowers should last between three days to one week and beyond - longevity depends on both flower type & care given at home.




How do I help extend the life of my arrangement?


  • If you ordered a hand-tied bouquet, give each stem a fresh cut at an angle and immediately place into fresh water. Stems exposed to air quickly lose their ability to absorb water and a fresh angled cut will ensure that your stems can stay hydrated. Don't delay - bouquets get thirsty quick!
  • Make sure no leaves or petals are in contact with the water in your vessel. Leaves and petals naturally encourage bacteria to grow which will shorten the life of your arrangement.
  • Change the water of your arrangement every day or every other day.
  • Keep the arrangement in a room temperature environment out of direct sunlight.
  • Remove any wilting stems from the arrangement as the days pass.




Where do your flowers come from?


We source from Colorado farms and growers as much as we are able (as growing seasons permit.) We look forward to sharing more about the incredible and hard-working Colorado flower farmers we partner with in the coming months.




Can I come visit you?


Currently Field Supply is operating out of a Denver studio space that is not open to the public. We frequently host pop-up shops and announce dates/locations via Instagram and Facebook. We are also working on a mobile workshop that will accompany us to markets and will be available for events and classes. Stay tuned!




Where do you deliver?


We are a small (but mighty!) team here at Field Supply - we are working hard to expand our delivery radius so please check in here often. We are currently delivering to addresses in Denver, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Englewood (west of I-25), Littleton (between I-25 and US-85), and Highlands Ranch.