With silky petals in an array of our best colors, our roses make an elegant statement and look gorgeous when all the different color palettes are on display. The colorful blooms are an ideal choice for any special occasion – from a formal party to a birthday celebration. Your roses are picked at just the right moment, ensuring you roses that are the most exquisite and longest lasting you’ll find anywhere. Our expert farm will pick the best combination of colors available on the day they’re picked for your shipment.
Each wedding anniversary has a designated flower. The Rose is the traditional 15th Anniversary flower.
- Available in bunches of 50 or 100
- Stem length: 20″ – 24″
- Colors will vary as to what is in stock
- Roses are shipped in bud & will begin to open when hydrated.
- No fragrance
- Wednesday or Thursday delivery is recommended for Saturday events
- There is an oversize shipping fee for this product
Get Ready- DIY “Do It Yourself”
Prepare your glass or plastic containers by cleaning them with mild soap and a drop of bleach or by using disinfecting wipes to kill bacteria. We do not recommend any other container. Fill containers with warm, room temperature water.
Working with your Flowers
Remove all foliage and thorns that will fall below the water line. Remove the “guard petal” on each rose – this is the outermost petal left on to protect the bud during shipment. You may also remove any petals that may have slightly bruised during shipping. We recommend cutting rose stems underwater at an angle for best results. Roses last longer when kept in deep water and can take up to 12 hours to hydrate.
Storage & More
Always add fresh water daily. Change water at least every couple of days. Cloudy or discolored water can indicate decomposition and bacterial growth. The temperature in which you store your flowers is important. Warmer temps will cause the flower to open quicker. Flowers last best in temps around 45 degrees. Keep flowers out of direct light in a place with good air circulation. Once the roses begin to bloom, place them in an area with less light so they will last longer.