Friday, February 4, 2011

Valentine's Day is Monday February 14

100 Rainbow Roses came to Saskatchewan for Valentines Day and we got 50 of them and they went fast!

Lumsden Florist etc.

Rainbow Roses Are Extra Special Flowers For The Extra Special People In Your Life

Rainbow roses are exactly what they sound like... roses in the colors of a rainbow. They look like a box of crayons had babies with a bunch of roses. 

They were designed by Peter Van de Werken, who owns a flower company close to Den Bosch in southern Holland.  Rainbow roses are real roses, but they can't be purchased as a rose bush.  They are only available as cut or dried flowers. 

These special roses are made by inserting dye into the stem of the roses while they are growing, which results in the color being absorbed by the petals of the flower.  They are not easy to make, as they take a bit of careful engineering.   Rainbow roses are used to create unusual and striking floral arrangements, wedding bouquets, and they are often given as gifts. 
People either love them, or hate them.
There is no middle ground with these brightly colored flowers in shades of blue, purple, green orange, pink, and yellow.

How Much Are Rainbow Roses?
Lumsden Florist etc. had rainbow roses in brilliant arrangements and various price points during Valentine's Day 2011.  For example, 6 rainbow roses in a bouquet of greenery starts at $68, and 1 dozen rainbow roses can cost as much as $165.

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