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Whole Blossoms Wholesale Flowers invites you to buy PINK ROSE PETALS to complement your wedding flowers, combine with other wholesale flowers or for special celebrations! Whole Blossoms wholesale rose petals come ready to be used. Only at Wholeblossoms.com! Please order your wedding flowers and wholesale flowers today.
Name: Pink Rose Petals
Colors: Pink flowers
Vase Life: 3-8 days, depending on care and handling
Availability: Available all year round
Pack: Approx. 3,000, 7,000 and 15,000 per box
Description: Whole Blossoms Rose petals are fresh rose petals treated to last up to one week as if they were just unplugged from the roses. Whole Blossoms rose petals come ready to be used. Most wholesalers sell the heads of old roses so they can be unplugged, our rose petals come from fresh flowers that were cut a day prior to the delivery of your petals.
How Many Rose Petals Do I Need?
One cup of Rose Petals comes with approximately 35-45 petals. Then use:Light Coverage = 1 cup per square footMedium Coverage = 2 cups per square feetHeavy coverage = 3 cups per square feetLight coverage is defined as lightly spread with petals spread apart by about 1 inch from each other. The ground beneath is 50% covered.Medium coverage is defined as rose petals spaced apart in some instance but touching in other. The ground beneath is 75% covered.Heavy coverage is defined as all rose petals touching one another and overlapping in many instances. The ground beneath is not visible.
Place your rose petals in a shaded, cool, not humid place out of sunlight until they are ready to be used. Keep them at a temperature under 60 degrees and over 35 degrees to ensure highest freshness. If you prefer, you can store them in a portable refrigerator to keep them cool but they cannot be stored with food since food gases might deteriorate the petals appearance.
When storing your flowers, make sure that they are not moved from cold to hot or from hot to cold temperatures since drastic temperature changes will burn flowers.
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