Roses are the most sought-after flowers and are as diverse as ancient ones. All varieties have compound leaves, thorn-studded stems and produce lush single or double blossoms with layers upon layers of soft petals. These flowers are not seasonal and can be found all year long. They range from bright and pastel colors imaginable, except true blue, in solids and many bi-color shadings and patterns.
Care Information: Roses may be stored dry in polyethylenetolined containers for up to two weeks at 33 to 35F (1 to 2C). Vase life can last between 6 to 12 days for cut roses; pot roses bloom for 4 to 6 weeks.
Production Area: Africa, Europe, North America, South America
Storage Temperature: 2 °Celsius = 35.6 °Fahrenheit