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Bucket of Blooms DIY Kit

Bucket of Blooms DIY Kit

Regular price $90.00 USD
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Color Palette

Create an eye-catching arrangement using your own creative eye with the Bucket of Blooms DIY Kit. Featuring locally grown and hand-selected flowers, this offers an opportunity for creative expression and a sense of accomplishment when you assemble a beautiful bouquet. With access to bright and vibrant blooms, you'll be able to design a stunning centerpiece for your home or special occasion.

Each bucket contains 50 stems based on a color palette. Flowers may include: Lisianthus, Cosmos, Zinnias, Celosia, Nigella, Orlaya, and more. The exact flowers is at our discretion based on what is available. As a field-grown cut flower farm weather, bugs and disease can impact our availability of a specific flower.

Select your color palette and we will provide you with a beautiful array of flowers within that color palette. 

Flower Care

In order to prolong the life of your flowers, here are a few tips to follow:


  • Always keep your container filled with fresh water.  The water level should be high enough to ensure that all stems are submerged in the water.  When completely changing the water, also thoroughly clean the container.


  • Every few days you should remove the flowers from the container and re-cut the stems.  Cut them off approximately half an inch from the bottom of the stem.  Cut the stem at an angle to allow the flowers to take up water as easily as possible.  We recommend that you use floral scissors or a sharp knife to ensure a clean cut.


  • Be sure to always remove any damaged or spent foliage or blooms that falls below the waterline.


  • Most flowers are best displayed when they are away from direct sunlight, cooling and heating vents, not directly under a ceiling fan, or on top of radiators or televisions, which can cause the flowers to dehydrate.  Avoid placing your fresh flower arrangement near ripening fruit, as the fruit releases small amounts of ethylene gas which may cause them to age prematurely.
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