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Farmgirl Flowers

SPECIALISING IN GROWING SCENTED GARDEN ROSES

Grown in open fields, the flowers have a more natural appearance; have an amazing fragrance and a longer vase life.
Farmgirl Flowers also grows seasonal blooms. Be sure to enquire what’s flowering when you order.
Flowers are grown for the wholesale and retail markets and are available off the farm. Flowers are picked Monday – Friday, ensuring they are always fresh.

Farmgirl Flowers

SPECIALISING IN GROWING SCENTED GARDEN ROSES

Grown in open fields, the flowers have a more natural appearance; have an amazing fragrance and a longer vase life.
Farmgirl Flowers also grows seasonal blooms. Be sure to enquire what’s flowering when you order.
Flowers are grown for the wholesale and retail markets and are available off the farm. Flowers are picked Monday – Friday, ensuring they are always fresh.

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Farmgirl Flowers
Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers

HOW TO CARE FOR FRESH CUT ROSES

  1. Always use clean tap water and if you have a flower preservative, add it to the water.
  2. Remove any foliage that may be submerged when you place the roses in the vase.
  3. Trim about 1cm off the end of each stem before arranging (this will eliminate the dried ends of the stem and allow the flowers to drink water).
  4. Once in a vase, try to keep in a cool area of your room for display.
  5. Avoid drafts and heat sources, including direct sunlight.
  6. As always, keep an eye on the water level of the vase as your roses will drink.
Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers

HOW TO CARE FOR FRESH CUT ROSES

Always use clean tap water and if you have a flower preservative, add it to the water.

Remove any foliage that may be submerged when you place the roses in the vase.

Trim about 1cm off the end of each stem before arranging (this will eliminate the dried ends of the stem and allow the flowers to drink water).

Once in a vase, try to keep in a cool area of your room for display.

Avoid drafts and heat sources, including direct sunlight.

As always, keep an eye on the water level of the vase as your roses will drink.

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