Can I put flower food in the water?
Yes, no problem at all. We encourage it, it works.
Is Vox a wrap for bouquets or a container for arrangements ?
Well, it's both or either and all.
That's one of the great advantages to Vox !
Some florists hand-tie their cut flowers into a bouquet,
before placing in Vox, others work their flowers directly into Vox.
Vox gives your customers choices. If your customer prefers to enjoy their flowers as an arrangement, they can, if they prefer to transfer to their favourite vase, they can - their choice - every and anyway, you come out looking brilliant !
PS. We suspect few recipients of Vox flowers, actually transfer their bouquets to a vase, they are thrilled with the presentation-but it's nice they have the choice.
I'm 'wet-wrapping' with tissue so my flowers will be okay, won't they ?
Sorry - that method of flower preservation is a Myth Exposed.
Check out > Flowers Love Vox and find out why.
I'm waterbagging my flowers so my flowers will be okay, won't they ?
Well, it demonstrates you realize flowers have a need for continuous water.
There 's the danger of leaving a messy water trail behind the bouquet. Not all stems reaching water and the recipient not realizing the 'bomb' is attached, laying the flowers down or the flowers falling over. So, this method has it's problems to the recipients.
What do you mean 'value adding' ?
The flowers will last longer and be incredibly convenient, therefore you are adding value to the purchase.
How do I price Vox?
Generally, florists price Vox the same way they price their wrapping papers - into their bouquet- to give a total unit price.
Is Vox enviromentally friendly Vox?
Yes, all components are recyclable.
Find out more here > enviromentally friendly packaging.