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632 330 2460

floristcamponline@gmail.com

 

Laong Laan, Sampaloc, Metro Manila

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Florist Camp roses arrive within hours of being cut in the field. We keep them in ideal conditions, handle them tenderly and place them in packaging designed to absorb shocks and protect against humidity. With proper care, they should last 5-10 days. Though we dethorn our roses, we recommend wearing gloves when handling the stems, just in case. A sharp, clean pair of shears is also a good idea.

  • Dissolve the rose food into lukewarm water.
  • Remove any leaves that may touch the water.*
  • Use clean, sharp cutters to trim the stems on a diagonal, ¼” from the bottom, for maximum water absorption.
  • Place stems into water immediately.
  • Change the water every three days, adding more rose food to the fresh water.
  • Top up the water as it evaporates to ensure the roses are never thirsty.


*Leaves will introduce bacteria to the water, causing roses to wilt more quickly.

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