Data Sheet - Chrysal FreshLiner
• Chrysal FreshLiner is a modified moisture wrapping developed to preserve the quality of Hydrangeas cut during long periods of transport.
• The wrap eliminates the need for intensive work that involves placing the hydrators at the base of the stems transport, ensuring that there is no free water inside of the packaging during the transport phase.
• Chrysal FreshLiner guarantees the freshness of the Hydrangeas in the box during long transportation periods.
• The correct atmosphere during transport ensures flowers and firm leaves after the transport.
• It does not need hydrators, which run the risk of leaks, therefore there is a lower risk of Botry2s.
• Chrysal FreshLiner allows flower boxes to remain dry, clean and strong as length of the transport phase due to the absence of potential leaks in hydrators individual.
• To be used by flower growers and exporters.
• Saves work during the packing process.
• Offers an improvement in working conditions and less handling of stems in the areas of packaging.
• Less waste in the flowers transported, due to the constant and good atmosphere in the transport.
• Lower transport cost due to the reduction of the transported weight.
Instructions for use
1. Open the Chrysal Freshliner bag;
2. Place the Chrysal FreshLiner bag inside the box;
3. Place the flowers inside the Chrysal FreshLiner bag;
4. Close the Chrysal FreshLiner bag by folding one side over the other;
5. Install the box lid.
How to dry hydrangeas
The hydrangea is a very common plant, although it originally comes from Japan. The flowers can be red, pink, blue or purple; They appear in spring, maintaining their splendor until the end of summer.
They can be planted at any time of the year, but they need a lot of indirect light; liking a lot of the slightly sheltered shadows. The roots must be permanently moist, especially in summer. The hydrangeas are reproduced by cuttings that we will collect in June.
Drying a hydrangea We will focus on drying a hydrangea, although other flowers can also be dried in this way. The key to success to achieve a dry hydrangea with color and volume is to cut them at the right time. The best time is late summer, preferably on a hot, dry day.
We will choose those flowers that have begun to dry in the plant itself. Large fresh flowers tend to wilt and lose all their volume. On the other hand, the flowers that have dried excessively on the plant itself will maintain the appearance, but will lose all color.
The flower of the hydrangea has to maintain a garnet red color on the edge of the leaves, having to be partially rigid and stiff. We will cut them with the long stem and we will tear off the leaves, since these damage the drying of the flower.
We will place them separated from each other to circulate the air, in a dry and warm well ventilated place. It is also important to hide them from the sun, since light is the greatest enemy of color. Drying them in the dark for a couple of weeks, we will get them to keep the reddish or reddish color alive for a couple of years.
How to get hydrangeas to give flowers until autumn
FLORAL CENTER WITH AUTUMN HYDRANGEAS