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I am loking for a true burgandy rose, similar to the color of a burgandy carnation. Any suggestions? Black bacara is to dark and freedom is too red
Does anyone have any background information on Bengala standard rose? I always try & know something about different flowers i come across. This one intrigues me.
- Member Since: 2016-02-19
I need a standard rose substitute for Karl Rosenfeld peonies or Hot Majolika Spray Roses for bridal bouquets. Any suggestions? The wedding is in May. Thanks!
How can I get your wholesale prices of all 80 cm stems varieties CIF Amsterdam?? I need also the catalogues of all roses including spray roses. My e- mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Member Since: 2014-11-29
I am having a problem with white roses....I recently purchased white roses from the co-op, brought them home cut, put in water, same with the white rose spray......my cooler is out at the moment, but I did process them like I always do, let them drink about two hours, had a bride who was taken her pictures the next day. I made her bouquet which was on Thanksgiving Day that evening......kept them in a room at the temp of 60, but the next day I notice that ALL of the roses as well as the spray roses were turning black at the tips....could someone please tell me what happened what did I do wrong????
- Member Since: 2014-11-30
I live in Melb. Australia.
Need advise as to where I can buy the rose call ed " KATE" ?
- Member Since: 2014-11-23
Anyone used Earl Grey Rose yet? Does it open wide and is it have a pink undertone or cream? Also will it be availabe in January?
Thanks for any information!
Any suggestions for a white garden rose to use for a bridal bouquet, an outdoor wedding mid July?
I'm a bride who is trying to choose between a vendela or sahara rose bouquet. My dress has blush/peach undertones, are the sahara roses very dark in person? They look lovely online but I can't find them in a florist's shop without special ordering them.
I am looking for a dark pink rose variety that is closer to red. Less blue undertones. Any suggestions?
We have a bride who wants mauve colored roses in her bouquet...more of a pinky mauve than a lavendar mauve. Any suggestions for us? We are looking for both standard and spray roses. Thanks!
I am very new to the floral industry and have a question about roses. There are so many varieties wow! I have ordered Sonrise roses for my promotional Mother's Day vase arrangement. I believe the roses were cut on Sunday and will be shipped to me on Tuesday of which will arrive on Thursday of this week. It is the first shipment of roses I have ordered. I am wondering if I will be able to use them in my arrangement for my promotion (May 9 to May 11) as to the vase life. Thanks!
- Member Since: 2013-03-23
looking to see if any growers have the following roses in production
- Member Since: 2011-07-21
I am looking for a bi color -red and white standard rose, that would be available in December. I used to be able to get Fire and Ice, but have no luck so far, any suggestions on subsitutions.
- Member Since: 2012-11-01
bonjour à tous,
Nouvelle sur le site je viens vers vous car je suis à la recherche de la rose KING KONG.
Je voudrais savoir si elle existe en pot pour pouvoir la planter dans le jardin et où se la procurer car très difficile à trouver.
Où si ceux sont des roses qui n'existe qu'en fleurs coupées.
I know the Lady Diana rose is a very old variety but does anyone know if it is still being grown? What would you recommend as a good sub?
- Member Since: 2012-08-13
Has anyone seen the Manitou rose in person? Is it really orange or more of a coral color? I'm looking for a coral color rose, a mix between orange and pink, and having trouble finding one since there are so many varieties of coral. Any suggestions?
Hi there, I am looking for a nude colored rose that opens lovely. Any suggestions beyond Quicksand
- Member Since: 2012-06-26
We recently started using the varieties recommended in the South American Spray Rose Sensations article for some of our mass market stores and the difference is incredible! We had almost stopped using Spray's due to a nagging precentage of poor performers at the store level each time we did a promotion. Now, by using only a mix of the varieties highlighted in Sensations article, the results are remarkable. Each time I see them in the stores, every bunch is well hydrated, no bent necks and the colors are sensational. Now I know what a truly fun and long lasting flower Spray Roses can be!
And guess what? Sales are up!
- Member Since: 2011-01-04
Hot debate in our office today: Rose Nikita - is it yellow? is it peach? is it orange? is it light orange? I say it's peach. Coincidentally perhaps, the flowerfinder also thinks it's peach.
What is light orange, anyway, wouldn't that be the same as peach? hmmmm
- Member Since: 2011-09-06