The Bloomsaver is a tool specifically designed for the flower gardener to facilitate the gathering and proper conditioning of flowers.
This handy tool enables the gardener to
collect dozens of flowers at leisure, while protecting them from wilting, crushing and bruising. It is the perfect container (non metal) in which to condition flowers.
The Bloomsaver is a handsome tool
designed to endure years of use. The base unit is molded of high quality, shock-resistant plastic. The detachable Lexan handle is shatterproof, and threads into a solid brass insert.
  • The three section base allows for sorting of flowers by size, color, or type.
  • The Bloomsaver is easy to carry, stable, and extremely sturdy.
  • The Bloomsaver weighs only 2 pounds and stands 23 inches tall with the handle attached
  • The Holster, made of clear plastic, clamps on to the Bloomsaver to hold shears (such as the Koryu shear). This holster provides a very efficient way to keep the two tools together and ready for use.
  • The versatile design of the Bloomsaver lends itself to a variety of uses.

Cut Flower Care Using the Bloomsaver
The key to long lasting flowers is proper care when they are cut.
  • Fill the Bloomsaver with several inches of warm water and take it into the garden at cutting time.
  • Immediately upon cutting strip the stems of lower foliage and immerse them in the Bloomsaver to prevent shock and stress to delicate blooms.
  • Allow flowers to remain in this water for at lease 1-2 hours, to promote hydration.
  • At the time of arrangement be sure to provide food in the vase water to ensure full development of the flowers

The Bloomsaver Can Be Used for More Than Just Rose Gardening!
Drag the mouse on top of the drawings below for some of the alternative uses we have found.

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