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California Roses, Columbian Roses & Ecuadorian Roses
Garden Roses, Long Stem Roses, Spray Roses
Allen's Flowers and Plants is recognized as a leader in the floral design industry. We are family owned and operated and have locations in San Diego, La Mesa and El Cajon, California to serve you. We offer the best selection of fresh cut roses found anywhere in San Diego. We buy direct from the growers! The roses we utilize in the rose flower arrangements we create have longer stems and incredibly large, beautiful blooms. We include flower care instructions with each rose arrangement.
Roses are one of the most popular flowers in the world. They're beautiful, romantic, and can be found in almost any color. People love roses for their vibrant colors and sweet fragrance, which makes them perfect for floral arrangements. Roses have been cultivated for thousands of years, but they weren't always so popular. The first documented use of roses as an ornament was during the Roman Empire when they were used to adorn statues and altars. Roses were also used by Greek and Roman physicians to treat various ailments including fevers, headaches, nausea and depression.
Roses are now grown all over the world in places such as North America, South America and Europe. Some countries specialize in growing specific varieties while others grow a wide variety of different types of roses such as hybrid tea roses or climbing roses that can be trained along trellises. There are many different types of roses so if you're planning on using them for your next floral design then make sure you do some research beforehand so you can choose ones that will work best for your situation.
Roses are beautiful and versatile flowers that come in many different colors, shapes, and sizes. They can be used in floral arrangements of all kinds, from traditional wedding bouquets to modern arrangements of roses with other flowers. Roses are most often used in floral arrangements because of their strong scent and long-lasting nature. If you're looking for a flower that will stay fresh for weeks or even months after it's cut from the bush, then roses are your best bet. They also have a long history as a symbol of love and romance—you can't go wrong with roses when you're looking for a way to express your affection.
There are hundreds of different types of roses out there, but we're going to talk about the ones most people know:
Old Garden Roses: Old garden roses are known for their large, fragrant blooms and large-leafed plants. They have been around since the 1800s, when they were first hybridized by breeders looking for ways to improve their color and scent. These days, they're often used as hedges or as part of a rose garden because they grow so tall—some can reach up to 15 feet! They thrive in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. They're hardy plants that need only moderate watering during dry spells.
Long Stem Roses: Long-stemmed roses are the perfect way to make a big statement. When you're arranging a bouquet, or when you're using just one rose in a design, you want something that's going to stand out from the rest of your flowers. Long-stemmed roses do just that! They're not only beautiful and fragrant, but they also give your arrangement an elegant feel. Long-stemmed roses are also great for adding height to your arrangements. You can put them in vases and other containers that are taller than the average container, which will make your arrangement look like it has more depth and dimension. You can also use them as pedestals underneath smaller flowers or plants that need extra support because they don't have enough stems themselves (like hydrangeas).
Long-stemmed roses aren't just for bouquets—they're also perfect for centerpieces! If you have a table setting with lots of candles, mirrors, or other reflective surfaces, then long-stemmed roses will be perfect because they'll look extra dazzling against all those shiny surfaces!
Modern Shrub Roses: These roses have an upright growth habit rather than an arching one like traditional climbing roses—they can reach heights up to 8 feet tall! You'll find them planted in gardens all over the world because they're not only beautiful but also extremely hardy and long-lasting (sometimes lasting 20 years or more!). Their blooms tend to be smaller than those on other kinds of roses.
Spray Roses: The spray rose is one type of rose frequently used in floral design. They're typically very small, with a single stem and multiple blooms. They're also known as bouquet or button roses, because of their small size and ability to be bunched together in large numbers to create a full-floral look. Spray roses are most often used to fill out bouquets, but they can also be used in place of larger flowers in arrangements. They can be used as filler flowers in a bridal bouquet, or they can be the main feature of an arrangement that's designed around their small size and pink coloration.