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Arthur Rimbaud Salmon Pink Garden Rose

Wholesale Roses
BUY 60 STEMS FOR THE PRICE OF 36!

  • Whole Blossoms offers the Arthur Rimbaud Salmon Pink Garden Roses.

  • This particular variety is one of the most beautiful roses you will ever see, it is delicate and gorgeous, making it a perfect choice for bridal bouquets and wedding centerpieces.

  • It has a quarter shaped single stem with a beautiful shade.

  • It offers a beautiful fragrance as well as the striking salmon pink color.

  • Arthur Rimbaud garden roses are a favorite with floral designers. 

  • FREE SHIPPING on all wholesale flowers.

1. Choose Stem Quantity:
  PricePrice per stem
36 Stems$129.99 $129.99 ( $3.61 per stem )
60 Stems$149.99 $149.99 ( $2.50 per stem )
72 Stems$159.99 $169.99 ( $2.36 per stem )
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  • Garden Rose Information

  • Flower Care & Handling

  • Flower Delivery & Shipping FAQ

Carefully unpack your Arthur Rimbaud garden rose flowers. They will need to be hydrated and refrigerated upon arrival.

  • Place your garden roses in clean, fresh, warm, filtered water (100-110F). Carefully remove leaves, thorns or foliage that fall under the water level (without tearing the stem skin) to avoid the build-up of bacteria. Cut one inch of the end of the rose stem in a 45-degree angle (with a sharp knife NOT scissors) to allow water to be better absorbed through the stems.
  • After cutting the stem at an angle, quickly place the garden roses in water since it only takes a minute for the stem to dry and seal up.
  • We recommend keeping Garden Roses refrigerated. These flowers are sensitive to ethylene gas emitted by fresh fruits and vegetables, so if you don’t have a floral cooler, and want to store them in a refrigerator, be sure to clean your fridge and remove all fruits and veggies before storing your flowers!
  • If your garden roses cannot be refrigerated, keep them in a shaded, cool, relatively humid area (if possible under 45F). Avoid placing roses near heat surfaces or environments. Keep garden roses away from direct sunlight. Roses must be in water at all times until they are ready to be used.
  • Some growers do not remove guard (outer, worn) petals developed by roses as a preservation defense during delivery. If you receive roses with guard petals, remove them carefully before using the roses.
  • Garden Roses have thick pity stems compared to the fragile ones of greenhouse roses. Cutting the stems under water give garden roses the boost they need to fully mature.

We recommend the following method:

  • Set up your buckets or containers first with tepid water and floral preservative. If floral preservative is not available at your local florist or the supermarket, we have also found one or two drops of bleach (no more than that) help extend vase life and keep bacteria levels down. Strip off the bottom half of the rose foliage. Submerge the tip of the rose, stem side down, in a large container or sink filed with lukewarm water. Immediately transfer the cut rose to the waiting bucket or container. As soon as your container is full of processed roses, transfer them to the cooler. Chill down for at least 4 hours or overnight if possible.
  • If you prefer to use your roses fully open, you can take them back out of the cooler at this point and let them fully develop. Roses drink a great deal of water, so it's important to check the water level on all your containers, half to three quarters full is best. While Garden Roses can be used in Oasis, they last much longer in vases filled with water. If you must use Oasis, we recommend "springtime". It allows for better water draw than the standard oasis.
  • 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.
  • Garden Rose Information
  • Flower Care & Handling
  • Flower Delivery & Shipping FAQ

Name: Arthur Rimbaud Garden Roses

Colors: Pink flowers

Vase Life: 3-7 days, depending on care and handling

Availability: Available year round

Length: Arthur Rimbaud Garden Rosess are 12in-24in long. Whole Blossoms Garden Roses include one head per rose and are packed in 12-18 stem bunches.

Diameter: The single stem garden roses have approx 2.1 to 2.4in diameter when closed and approx 3.1 to 3.9in diameter when opened.

Whole Blossoms Garden Roses are sold by variety not by color and therefore specific color shades on these wholesale flowers cannot be guaranteed. Colors may differ depending on the time of the year in which flowers are harvested and color shades vary from farm to farm even though the garden rose variety is the same.

Carefully unpack your Arthur Rimbaud garden rose flowers. They will need to be hydrated and refrigerated upon arrival.

  • Place your garden roses in clean, fresh, warm, filtered water (100-110F). Carefully remove leaves, thorns or foliage that fall under the water level (without tearing the stem skin) to avoid the build-up of bacteria. Cut one inch of the end of the rose stem in a 45-degree angle (with a sharp knife NOT scissors) to allow water to be better absorbed through the stems.
  • After cutting the stem at an angle, quickly place the garden roses in water since it only takes a minute for the stem to dry and seal up.
  • We recommend keeping Garden Roses refrigerated. These flowers are sensitive to ethylene gas emitted by fresh fruits and vegetables, so if you don’t have a floral cooler, and want to store them in a refrigerator, be sure to clean your fridge and remove all fruits and veggies before storing your flowers!
  • If your garden roses cannot be refrigerated, keep them in a shaded, cool, relatively humid area (if possible under 45F). Avoid placing roses near heat surfaces or environments. Keep garden roses away from direct sunlight. Roses must be in water at all times until they are ready to be used.
  • Some growers do not remove guard (outer, worn) petals developed by roses as a preservation defense during delivery. If you receive roses with guard petals, remove them carefully before using the roses.
  • Garden Roses have thick pity stems compared to the fragile ones of greenhouse roses. Cutting the stems under water give garden roses the boost they need to fully mature.

We recommend the following method:

  • Set up your buckets or containers first with tepid water and floral preservative. If floral preservative is not available at your local florist or the supermarket, we have also found one or two drops of bleach (no more than that) help extend vase life and keep bacteria levels down. Strip off the bottom half of the rose foliage. Submerge the tip of the rose, stem side down, in a large container or sink filed with lukewarm water. Immediately transfer the cut rose to the waiting bucket or container. As soon as your container is full of processed roses, transfer them to the cooler. Chill down for at least 4 hours or overnight if possible.
  • If you prefer to use your roses fully open, you can take them back out of the cooler at this point and let them fully develop. Roses drink a great deal of water, so it's important to check the water level on all your containers, half to three quarters full is best. While Garden Roses can be used in Oasis, they last much longer in vases filled with water. If you must use Oasis, we recommend "springtime". It allows for better water draw than the standard oasis.
  • 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.
  • HOW MANY DAYS BEFORE MY EVENT SHOULD I SCHEDULE THE DELIVERY OF MY ARTHUR RIMBAUD GARDEN ROSES? For delivery planning purposes, we recommend scheduling delivery of your garden roses 2-3 days prior to your event during the spring, Fall and Winter and and 1-2 days prior to your event during summer. If your Wedding or Event is on a Saturday, we recommend therefore scheduling your Garden Roses for a Thursday or Friday delivery.
  • HOW LONG IN ADVANCE SHOULD I ORDER MY ARTHUR RYMBAUD GARDEN ROSES? There is a high demand on garden roses for wedding flowers year round so it is highly recommended to place your order with months in advance. Garden roses are delicate flowers that can become unavailable before shipping due to weather and low productivity factors. We recommend to have a second option in mind with garden roses in case that your order may need a substitution last minute.
  • IF MY ARTHUR RIMBAUD GARDEN ROSES ARE DELIVERED ON WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY, WILL THEY BE FRESH FOR MY SATURDAY WEDDING OR EVENT? Absolutely! Our garden roses come directly from the farms to you giving you days of extra freshness compared to flowers purchased in local markets. If your event is on a Sunday, the best day to schedule delivery of your garden roses is Friday. If your event is on Monday or Tuesday, please contact us to make special arrangements for Saturday delivery. If your event is on Wednesday or Thursday the best day to schedule delivery of your garden roses is Tuesday.
  • Your garden roses will be delivered via FedEx and will require a signature request upon delivery. Tracking numbers will be emailed to you 1-3 days prior to delivery of your flowers.
  • For latest status on your order, please go to the Track Your Order section located in the bottom menu or contact FedEx directly at 1.800.GO.FEDEX (1.800.463.3339). 

 
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