Care instructions for all your flowers from Queen® Flowers

Flowers from Queen® Flowers are unique and stand out from many other flowers. That is why we give you guidance and sound advice on taking care of them best. The unique feature of all our flowers is that they are easy to deal with. They require minimal care and maintenance, and you will find that they adorn your home for weeks.
Below you will find descriptions of our various products: Queen® potted plants, Queen® Flowers Outdoor and our unique Queen® cut kalanchoe - bouquets and bundles with a full 3 week flowering guarantee. You can also read about our Queen® succulents and Queen® euphorbia. Always go for our logo when buying kalanchoe and succulents. It is your guarantee of the best durability and quality.

Queen® kalanchoe

They are not just beautiful, classic and stylish but also straightforward to care for. Our kalanchoe potted plants in many beautiful colours last for weeks and need only be watered sparingly. Here we recommend watering once a week and not overwatering them. Light drying between waterings is ideal.
In direct sunlight, the colour of the flowers increases in intensity, while the leaves may have a reddish glow. A darker location can help the flowers' colour fade a bit.

Queen® cut kalanchoe

Cut Kalanchoes from Queen® Flowers are straightforward flowers, like our potted plants, whether you have bought a hand-tied bouquet or a beautiful bundle of flower stems. They have a shelf-life guarantee of at least 3 weeks and often last much longer than that.

There is no need to cut the stems before placing them in a vase or changing the water. The stems release good nutrients into the water, which remains clear and odourless throughout the flowering period.

Queen® Flowers Outdoor

Queen® Flowers Outdoor are unique kalanchoe varieties for outdoor use, making it incredibly easy to have a beautiful and colourful outdoor space all summer. These flowers require minimal care and can withstand all Danish summer weather variations- sun, shade, wind, rain and drought. Queen® Flowers Outdoor can be placed in the garden, on the terrace or the balcony. They are extra hardy, so they only need to be watered sparingly, and light drying between waterings is ideal.

It is recommended that the flowers be planted close together so they do not spread. If some flowers wither due to the summer heat, do not nip them off - let them stay. Then you will experience how they bloom repeatedly over the summer. Read more here.

Queen® succulents

Most people know us for our kalanchoe bouquets and potted plants. Kalanchoe is a flowering succulent; therefore, it has been quite natural for us to expand our range with beautiful succulents.

Succulents from Queen® Flowers are straightforward plants to care for as they do not require much care and can stay without water for a long time. The succulents do best if allowed to dry out between each watering. We recommend that you water them at most once a week. When transplanting, be aware that the succulents grow larger and fuller over time.

Queen® Tiara EuphorbiaTM

Our newest member in the greenhouse is beautiful Tiara Euphorbias. With large flowers in beautiful, bright colours and fantastic durability, Euphorbias can quickly become a favourite in your home. They are available in light pink colors and are easy to care for. To make it extra easy, we have created a care guide where we have collected the best pieces of advice for looking after a Euphorbia. It requires a little extra water and love in the summer when it's hot, but it delivers a wealth of beautiful flowers in return. Read more about the care of the Euphorbia here.

How to waste sort your Queen® Flowers products

As a company, we want to make making environmentally friendly choices in everyday life easier for you. That is why we would like to guide you on how to sort your Queen® Flowers products properly.

Webshop boxes and paper bags should be sorted as cardboard and paper waste.

Pots and trays: Should be sorted as hard plastic waste. 

Plastic sleeves: Should be sorted as soft plastic.

The plant, after use: Should be thrown in the compost.