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Products at Global Rose

Products at Global Rose

Products at Global Rose. As the name implicitly implies, they do offer many different kinds of roses. This subpage is first organized by color and a few other characteristics such as spray or stem and size, which is helpful. In some cases they offer just a basic order of ‘pink spray roses’ or ‘burgundy roses’,

but in others, a customer is able to choose the exact variety of roses they’d like, such as High & Blooming and Hilux. Packages run from 50 to 250 stems, with prices dependent on the kind of roses you purchase and free shipping generally available. Each selection has a column of product information that includes such details as vase life, bloom time, stem length, etc.

Their other main ‘bulk’ category is carnations. It follows the same pattern as the roses, but there is a difference in the number of stems available to buy - 100 to 400 stems is the range here.

Global Rose isn’t nearly so simple as to have only those two options, though. They have an incredible variety of miscellaneous florals, from different kinds of greens to baby’s breath to orchids - even rose petals! And as far as greens go, there’s not just your run-of-the-mill leatherleaf and Ruscus; they have ming, grasses, palms, eucalyptus, dusty miller, and even aralia leaves, which is a pretty decent assortment of many different textures.

Arrangements of Global Rose Products

Pre-made arrangements and bouquets are also offered, and even as personal florals such as boutonnieres and corsages. They’re separated into different categories based on the ‘brand’

of bouquets and different kinds of occasions, including holidays beyond Valentine’s, such as Christmas and Easter. For weddings, there are pre-made centerpieces for sale as well as pre-made bridesmaid’s and bride’s bouquets. Here’s the link to all their wedding florals:

Final Opinion

There really is a decent variety available here, with competitive pricing and good deals on shipping. You could likely find a product for any event you have in mind,

with less trouble and less cost than going through a middleman. I’d say it’s a viable option for anyone looking to order florals!

By - Heather Atkin

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how to plant roses


HOW TO PLANT ROSES- Rose gardening is probably easier than you think. Growing and caring for roses is different from or more difficult than the usual way of growing flowers.

Let’s look at how you can successfully plant roses in the garden.

1. Good conditioning:

Roses need good exposure to the sun for six or more
hours in a day. Expect you are growing roses in an extremely hot area, there is
no need for shade. There is no particular choice of soil for roses, but they need
adequate nutrients to bloom and thrive. Hence, rich loamy soil with a slightly acidic PH level is most ideal. It is necessary that the sight is protected from wind, and that the rose bush is not crowded to ensure good airflow between the plant.

2. Preparing the ground and soil:

The planting hole should be as deep and a little wider than the root ball. Save the removed soil and mix with bone meal or an
ideal equivalent to refill the dug hole after planting. You can add some organic manure or compost if the removed soil is of poor quality. Allow the root to take
hold before adding anything else.

3. Preparing and planting the rose:

Preferably with a glove, gently remove the
rose from its temporary pot. To ensure that the roots take to the ground as soon as planted, you should loosen the roots. Hold the plant from its base and slip the plant from the pot. With removed soil mixed bone meal, you make a mound at the center of the hole. Put in the rose's root and ensure that the graft union is just below the ground level.

4. Watering and caring for the newly planted rose:

Soak the newly planted rosewater and apply mulch up to two inches around the root and base. You continue watering the rose every other day until it starts to send out new growth.

Here are some beautiful rose flowers and bouquets you may give to your loved one-

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The Ultimate Flower And Plant Guide To Say Thank You

Flowers and plants are use for so many different events and emotions and one of them is to say you are thankful for something or someone. If someone has helped you with something or sent you homemade food or took care of you on your low days, the best and cute thing you can do in return to appreciate them and make their day is send something. And what is better than a gorgeous flower bouquet or a small plant that they can take care of themselves? Here is a small guide of the types of flowers you can give someone.

What are the flowers to say thank you?

If you want to show someone gratitude to say thank you for something they did for you, a nice potted plant or a bouquet of flowers is the best way to do so. That feeling of thank you is often express by the following plants and flowers


Roses are known as the flower of love, red roses are often given on occasions like anniversaries, valentines day and more. But to express gratitude and appreciation, a bouquet of pink and peach roses commonly use.


Just as flowers have some symbolic meaning behind it to give someone, some plants also give out symbolic messages. Few of the plants are known to bring good luck. Maranta, also known as praying plant is commonly given as a gift to show gratitude and say thank you. Maranta's are called praying plants as their leaves curl up at night like praying hands and symbolizes positivity.


It is a very nice gesture to give someone a house plant as a gift. Plants are the better gift as they can grow and longer it taken care of, compared to a bouquet of flowers as their bloom lasts a few days or a week. Aloe Vera symbolizes peace and healing. It is a low maintenance plant, needs indirect sunlight and only water when you think the soil is getting dry. Aloe has a lot of beneficial properties and is a good gift to say thank you to someone you care for.


Lilies are the flowers that symbolizes gratitude. If confused what to give someone to say thank you ? Yellow lilies are the best option, its beautiful color and long petals conveys a heartfelt thank you and brings a smile to the face of the receiver.

So whenever you are unsure about what to give someone as a thank you,

get them a plant or bouquet to make them smile with joy.

By  Neha Kamran

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Flower Spotlight: Roses

It is impossible to mistake roses, with their velvet petals infinitely curled against each other in hypnotizing symmetry, and their stems full of thorns, ready to protect their delicate flowers by pricking any prying fingers.

The British adopted the rose as their national flower, after a civil war lasting three decades, ended with a decisive victory on the battlefield, and the union by the marriage of the two families that had long been rivals. It is not surprising that over its long history, the rose has come to symbolize love, beauty, and courage.

What are the different kinds of roses?

There are over 300 roses, and over 10,000, that is, varieties are grown for specific desirable traits. Broadly they can be classified into three categories:

  • Old Garden Roses: Sometimes referred to as “antique” or “historic” roses for having been around before 1867. Old garden roses bloom only once with intense fragrance. They know for being resistant to pests and adverse weather.
  • Wild Rose: As their name suggests, these roses have undergone little hybridization or cross-breeding. They can easily be identifie by their five-petaled flowers that are usually pink.
  • Modern Garden Roses: These kinds of roses bloom more often, some even continuously during the summer months, and they usually have larger flowers. The only downside is that their scent isn’t as strong, and they are more vulnerable to diseases.

What are the best conditions to grow roses?

Roses have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but that's not always the case. The Modern Garden Rose varieties have been bred to facilitate their cultivation, but it's still a good idea to plant them in their ideal conditions.

Replanting the dormant rose shrub is the most common way of getting them into your garden. Give them a good 2 - 4 ft of space between plants if you’re considering having more than one. They should ideally plant early spring in slightly acidic, fertile, and well-drained soil. Rose need at least 6 hours of sunlight per day. If that's not possible, make sure they at least get the first rays of the morning - these will evaporate the dawn dew and protect them from any nasty fungal diseases.

When they bloom in the summer, they can do so in just about any kind of color:

red, pink, white, yellow, orange, even purple, and even mysterious black!

Why are rose grown?

The beautiful, scented foliage of roses makes them a must-have in any garden, but the flower is a lot more versatile than it seems. After the rose flowers have been pollinated, they slowly start to ripen into rose hips, which are eaten raw in many countries for their high vitamin-C content. In the Middle East, rose water and oil frequently use as an ingredient in several desserts;

 and let's not forget that many perfumes and candles use it too.

Order from fresh, beautiful and assorted flowers-
Red Roses Flower Bouquet-12 Red Roses
Premium Roses
Rose Flower Bear -10inch Rose
50 Assorted Roses

Victor Medina Pierluisi

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