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Black and Red Tinted Roses

Black and Red Roses are some of the coolest roses that we offer. Half of the bloom is a vibrant red and half of the bloom is a rich black. You won't be disappointed.
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Bouquet: Looking to send these flowers as a gift or for your home? Then bouquets are for you. They arrive dethorned and ready to display.

Bulk Roses: Are you a florist, designer, or DIY bride? Then bulk flowers are for you. Bulk flowers are unprocessed and carry a little more foliage than the consumer bunches.

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$64.99
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$64.99


Did you know?These Ecuadorian premium-class roses are known for their long vase life time of at least 12 days after being cut.
Flower Explosion recommends you to schedule a delivery date 2 days prior your event.
Stem Length Conversion40 cm = 16 in
50 cm = 20 in
60 cm = 24 in
70 cm = 28 in
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The packaging process occurs at the farm, where a certified worker will prepare your roses for their journey.

Your flowers won’t arrive looking as gorgeous as they really are. This is NORMAL. Once the rose is hydrated, the bloom will open. You will witness the magic of a flower explosion!

Flower Explosion uses FedEx to ship all of our orders. You will receive a tracking number as soon as your order has been processed and received by FedEx.

We encourage you to contact FedEx at 1-800-GO-FEDEX to find out at what time your roses will be delivered. Please arrange to have somebody home to ensure proper delivery. Please check your shipping address carefully as well as your phone number.

Any order changes may be penalized with a $5 fee. If your order has been shipped, we cannot do any change or cancelation. For further information please read our terms and conditions.

Our prices are constantly being updated depending on our farms’ availability and the marker price.

Color Bicolor, Red
Tips
  • Add about 5 inches of water to a clean vase.
  • Add flower food to the water. A spoon of vinegar or an aspirin tablet or also works.
  • Whatever foliage there is below the water line should be removed. You may also remove any discolored petal.
  • Cut the end of the stem of the flowers diagonally. This helps for a better hydration.
  • Place the flowers on the prepared solution.
  • Leave the cellophane packing around the flowers for at least 5 hours so they can hydrate better.
  • Change the water every 3 days.
Do's & Don'ts
  • Do not let the roses receive direct sunlight, drafts or excessive heat.
  • Leave the roses in a warm area or spot if you want them to bloom.
  • Leave the roses in a cooler area if you want to slow down the opening process.
  • If a flower wilts or becomes limp, remove it from the arrangement. Then cut the bottom inch of the stem and place the flower into flower food solution for about an hour. It´s better if the water is warm.
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