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Freeze Dried Rose Petals - Dark Blue


Freeze Dried Rose Petals - Dark Blue is a variety of Blue Flowers from our Wholesale Flowers collection that is great for Rose Petals On Bed, Romantic Rose Petals, Memorial Day Flowers, Mother’s Day Flowers, Wedding Flowers, Wedding Centerpiece Ideas, Wedding Bouquets, Anniversary Flowers, Happy Birthday Flowers. These Rose Petals have a dark blue tone that looks good with White Flowers and Light Blue Flowers in Floral Arrangements, making them popular for Summer Wedding Flowers, Winter Wedding Flowers, Spring Wedding Flowers, and Fall Wedding Flowers. If you plan on making your own Flower Arrangements and need some Centerpiece Ideas, we recommend that you arrange them with Alabaster Garden Rose, Blue Baby’s Breath Light Tone, and Blue Allium – Spray Dyed. If you plan on having a Blue Wedding Theme and need Blue Wedding Flowers for Blue Wedding Bouquet, we recommend that you also consider Blue Delphinium, Cornflower Blue, Blue Carnations Tinted, and more.
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300 Petals
$99.99  $89.99
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Product SKU: 4644
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  • Flower Information

Availability: Jan-Dec
Vase Life: 1-3 years depending on care and handling
How Many Rose Petals are Needed: One cup of Rose Petals comes with approximately 40-50 petals. For light coverage = 1 cup per square foot. For medium coverage = 2 cups per square feet. For heavy coverage = 3 cups per square feet. Light 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.
Colors Available: Dark Blue
Packing:

300

Preserved Rose Petals Specifications: Our preserved petals are for decoration only and need to be kept at a cool temperature. They cannot be wet otherwise the petals will let out color. The process to preserve organic petals include removing color from fresh cut roses until they are white and then dying them with natural organic colors. All preserved petals are dyed but the difference with our petals compared to regular preserved petals is that they are dyed with natural organic colors not with chemicals as done for other preserved rose petals. 
Flower Information

Availability: Jan-Dec
Vase Life: 1-3 years depending on care and handling
How Many Rose Petals are Needed: One cup of Rose Petals comes with approximately 40-50 petals. For light coverage = 1 cup per square foot. For medium coverage = 2 cups per square feet. For heavy coverage = 3 cups per square feet. Light 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.
Colors Available: Dark Blue
Packing:

300

Preserved Rose Petals Specifications: Our preserved petals are for decoration only and need to be kept at a cool temperature. They cannot be wet otherwise the petals will let out color. The process to preserve organic petals include removing color from fresh cut roses until they are white and then dying them with natural organic colors. All preserved petals are dyed but the difference with our petals compared to regular preserved petals is that they are dyed with natural organic colors not with chemicals as done for other preserved rose petals. 

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  • We recommend that most flowers be scheduled to be delivered 2-3 days prior to an event. All flowers are harvested just prior to delivery.
  • Delicate flowers such as Lily of the Valley, Gardenias, and Stephanotis are best when delivered 1-2 days before the event.
  • Iris have a short vase life so the delivery should be scheduled 2 days prior to your event.
  • Lotus have a short vase life so they need to be ordered 1-2 days prior to events.
  • Peonies and Ranunculus may take longer to open during cold months. Schedule delivery of these flowers 3-4 days prior to your event.
  • Alstroemeria, Gladiolus, Agapanthus, Stars of Bethlehem, Sunflowers, and Lilies may require at least 3 days for blooming. Consider scheduling delivery of these flowers 3-4 days before your event.
  • Blooming branches for Jan and Feb deliveries should be scheduled for delivery at least 7 days before your event to permit adequate blooming. For March and later, a 4-5 day lead time before your wedding or event is suggested for proper blooming.
  • Pumpkin branches schedule delivery 2 to 3 days prior to your event.
  • For Manzanita branches, if you would like the farm to remove the leaves, this needs to be requested in advance.
If you are unsure what day to select, pick the best available date you can, we suggest 3 days prior to the event. OR you can contact our flower care experts by chat or email to help you decide which date is best for you.
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