NEW Garden Rose Pricing and Packaging!

April 16, 2013
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Hello All! Here at FiftyFlowers, our product development team has been busy! Working hard adding new flowers to the site, lowering prices and creating new and exciting flower packages! So, over the next few weeks, I will be featuring these new products and packages, just for you!

Let’s start with Garden Roses… We have lowered prices on many of our Garden Roses and we are now offering new package options, so even though these flowers aren’t new, the way they are offered is!

Garden Roses feature lush blooms filled with ruffled and whirled petals. They are perfect for romantic bouquets and centerpieces, and make a great substitute for the pricier Peony. Available in lots of gorgeous colors, our Garden Roses are now even more affordable and come is smaller and larger pack sizes, giving you more control! Our smaller pack sizes also make for great gifts!

Check out some of the garden roses that we have to offer… Click on your favs to see their pricing and package options!

Garden Rose White Blush

Garden Rose White Blush

Creamy Ivory Peony Rose

Creamy Ivory Peony Rose

Garden Rose Soft Pink Ohara

Garden Rose Soft Pink Ohara

Garden Rose Miso Pretty

Garden Rose Miso Pretty

Garden Rose Yellow Candlelight

Garden Rose Yellow Candlelight

Garden Rose Yellow Toulousse Lautrec

Garden Rose Yellow Toulousse Lautrec

Garden Rose Princess Pink Baroness

Garden Rose Princess Pink Baroness

Raspberry Ribbons Garden Rose

Raspberry Ribbons Garden Rose

And that’s just some! To see our full selection of Garden Roses, Click Here!

 

 

Flower Care for Garden Roses:

First, don’t be concerned if your garden roses arrive looking like a standard rose! With a little hydration and bloom time, they will start to pop open into a full bloom! Like this…

Garden Roses Blooming

Garden Roses Blooming

Just follow these steps for proper care…

  1. Remove flowers from box by cutting any straps. Our Garden Roses are shipped in special packaging that may or may not include water boxes, water tubes or wet foam. No matter the packaging, your Garden Roses have been properly prepared for shipping. Remove any of this special packaging including any plastic wrapping so as not to create condensation which will cause rotting, but do NOT remove the cardboard sleeve or the rubber bands holding the flowers together in a bunch.
  2. Fill containers with at least 4 inches of fresh, cool water.
  3. Add floral food to prevent bacteria from forming in the water and to give added nutrients to the Roses. If you do not have flower food, it can be purchased at any local florist.
  4. Remove any leaves that fall below the water line. Not removing the leaves may cause bacteria to form and shorten the Rose’s life.
  5. Using sharp scissors or a knife, cut the stems diagonally under running water approximately one inch from each stem’s bottom edge.
  6. Immediately after cutting, place the stems in the prepared water.
  7. Allow flowers at least 4 hours to hydrate well. Garden Roses may take up to 12 hours to properly hydrate. Leave the plastic or cardboard packaging around the blooms for a minimum of 4 hours. This will allow the Roses sufficient time to hydrate properly.
  8. Keep flowers away from direct sunlight, drafts or excessive heat.
  9. To keep the Garden Roses fresh, change the water every 24 to 48 hours or when the water becomes cloudy. Assure that your flowers have sufficient water. The flowers will drink an exceptionally large amount of water upon arrival.

Enjoy your Garden Roses! :)

 

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