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Color : Red
Color Description: Bright red
Bloom Size: Medium
Bloom Size Details: 4-5cm
Lengths available: 40-50cm
Scented: No
General Comments: Garden rose hybrid
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Florist & Wholesaler Information

  • This section contains a selection of traditonal "garden type" or "English Garden" varieties of roses developed for the commercial cut flower floral industry.
  • These beautiful varieties tend to be extremely fragrant however do not have the vase life of commercialized hybrid tea varieties.
  • While many of these varieties have a shorter vase life than most of the hybrid tea varieties they are valued for their beautiful form, unique colors and exquisite scents.
  • Garden rose varieties open very quickly.
  • Garden varieties do not have the same  shipping resilience as most commercial varieties. They should be transported as directly to market as possible.
  • Generally sold at higher prices than most traditional floral industry varieties.

Grading Information

  • Graded by stem length in centimeters.
  • Usually only available in short and medium grades.

Grower and Breeder Information

Leading Breeders(2010) : Olij Rozen, Preesman, Bartels Stek, Rosen Tantau, Franko Roses, De Ruiters, NIRP, Meilland, Esmeralda Breeding & Biotechnology , Ecuador

Packaging
  • Roses should be packaged for export using absorbent paper, polypro plastic sleeve and square pack cardboard protector.
  • Each bunch of export quality roses should have variety name on each sleeve.
  • Florist quarter boxes containing 75 or 100 roses are increasingly popular.
  • Boxes destined for export must be clearly identified with quantity, variety name, colour mix and grade
Quality
  • Roses should be properly hydrated before shipping.
  • Rose “cut stage” is determined by each individual variety and should be adjusted by variety to ensure maximum vase life and performance.
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