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White Majolika

Although very similar to the classic single-stemmed rose in many ways, spray roses are beautiful and versatile flowers that can be used in a wide variety of arrangements and bouquets. The main difference between the two types is the stems: while the traditional rose contains a single bloom, spray roses can have several heads along the laterals, giving them a “spray” effect.

Our new Baby Rio Spray Roses are distinctive because they are non-disbudded, which gives each of our bunches more volume, blooms, and a higher perceived value.

  • CATEGORY:Spray Roses
  • COLOR:White
  • Bloom Count:7-9 minimum
  • Aperture:100%
  • Vase Life:8-10 days
  • Stem Length:40-60 cm

Grading

  • Our spray roses are cut when the bud begins to crack for maximum bloom development, color intensity, and head size.
  • Best varieties per color
  • Double the bloom count, with over 40 blooms per bunch
  • Double the volume per stem
  • Long laterals provide more design value

Care and Handling

Cut each stem before placing in a vase of cool water. Remove foliage from below the waterline to prevent the water from becoming contaminated with bacteria.

Ensure that water is changed every two to three days to lengthen vase life. Display in a cool area away from direct sunlight.