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Color
Green
Bloom Count
1
Number of stems (Bunch)
25
Opening Speed
2
days
Vase Life
8-12
days
Head Size
6-9 cm
Stem Lenght
40/50/60 cm
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Product Care
When you receive your roses, it will appear that you only have 12 rose stems in the bunch when looking from the top angle. However, below this layer is a second layer containing the remaining 13 roses. Carefully unwrap the protective cardboard and give your roses a clean cut (about 2.5 to 3 cm from the end at a 45-degree angle). Place them in a clean container (i.e., a 5 gallon bucket, or large container) with cool fresh water and remove any leaves which may come into contact with the water. Keep the roses at room temperature to hydrate for 10–18 hours before starting your arrangement. The next day, carefully remove the guard petals (outer brown petals which make contact with the elements) and any extra leaves and thorns, if you desire. With an average vase life of 8–10 days, be sure to recut and replace the water every 2 days to keep them looking their best.

Rose-Wasabi Green

Our Colombian and Ecuadorian roses come to us 2 times a week, meaning ours are fresher and longer-lasting roses versus our competitors or local florist. The 50 cm starard rose is the most common size offered, however we do have 40, 50, and 60 cm available with certain varieties. Long-stemmed roses are typically classified as 60 cm or more. Please note, longer stems generally have larger heads compared to their 40 or 50 cm counterparts. Our high-quality roses should have no crooked stems, deep green foliage, and may have thorns.

From $2.99 HST/Stem

Rose-Wasabi Green

Our Colombian and Ecuadorian roses come to us 2 times a week, meaning ours are fresher and longer-lasting roses versus our competitors or local florist. The 50 cm starard rose is the most common size offered, however we do have 40, 50, and 60 cm available with certain varieties. Long-stemmed roses are typically classified as 60 cm or more. Please note, longer stems generally have larger heads compared to their 40 or 50 cm counterparts. Our high-quality roses should have no crooked stems, deep green foliage, and may have thorns.

From $2.99 HST/Stem

Color
Green
1
Number of stems (Bunch)
25
Opening Speed
2
days
Vase Life
8-12
days
Head Size
6-9 cm
Stem Lenght
40/50/60 cm
Availability
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Product Care
When you receive your roses, it will appear that you only have 12 rose stems in the bunch when looking from the top angle. However, below this layer is a second layer containing the remaining 13 roses. Carefully unwrap the protective cardboard and give your roses a clean cut (about 2.5 to 3 cm from the end at a 45-degree angle). Place them in a clean container (i.e., a 5 gallon bucket, or large container) with cool fresh water and remove any leaves which may come into contact with the water. Keep the roses at room temperature to hydrate for 10–18 hours before starting your arrangement. The next day, carefully remove the guard petals (outer brown petals which make contact with the elements) and any extra leaves and thorns, if you desire. With an average vase life of 8–10 days, be sure to recut and replace the water every 2 days to keep them looking their best.
Reviews
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Color
Green
1
Number of stems (Bunch)
25
Opening Speed
2
days
Vase Life
8-12
days
Head Size
6-9 cm
Stem Lenght
40/50/60 cm
Availability
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Product Care
When you receive your roses, it will appear that you only have 12 rose stems in the bunch when looking from the top angle. However, below this layer is a second layer containing the remaining 13 roses. Carefully unwrap the protective cardboard and give your roses a clean cut (about 2.5 to 3 cm from the end at a 45-degree angle). Place them in a clean container (i.e., a 5 gallon bucket, or large container) with cool fresh water and remove any leaves which may come into contact with the water. Keep the roses at room temperature to hydrate for 10–18 hours before starting your arrangement. The next day, carefully remove the guard petals (outer brown petals which make contact with the elements) and any extra leaves and thorns, if you desire. With an average vase life of 8–10 days, be sure to recut and replace the water every 2 days to keep them looking their best.
Reviews
4/5
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