• Juliet Garden Roses

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  • Bunch of Juliet Peach Garden Roses

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Garden Rose Juliet Peach

Common Names: Garden Roses, Cabbage Roses, David Austin Rose


This item is sold by the bunch in multiples of 2.

12 stems per bunch.

* 1 Day Advance Purchase Required *
Earliest delivery is Dec 16.

2 or more bunches
$84.00 per bunch
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If you’re looking for a colorful twist on a traditional flower, consider the Juliet Peach garden rose from famed rose breeder David Austin. With deep peach-colored centers, the petals fade into a lighter shade for a delicate combination. The blooms open ever so slightly to reveal a mass of beautifully ruffled petals that will look beautiful in your DYI wedding bouquet or centerpiece. Similar to the peony, this garden rose serves as the perfect stand-in when peonies are out of season. Garden roses are among the most popular wedding flowers and look exquisite when paired with everything from hydrangea to tulips. They also look stunning on their own and serve as elegant accents when decorating the church or outdoor venue. These roses require one-day advance order notice and are sold by the bunch in multiples of two. Each bunch contains 12 stems. 



Size: 4-5" bloom width, 12" stem length

Vase Life: Short 2-3 days depending on environemental conditions. This particular rose does not have a long vase life, do not order too far in advance.

Availability: All year

Suggestions: Use garden rose for any DIY event flower arrangements. Their fluffy texture and ruffled insides make for a beautiful focal flower. Pair them with ranunculus, roses, and textured fillers.

These flowers need to be ordered with a lead time. When they arrive they will be ready for use! DO NOT KEEP THEM FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME before your event. These flowers need special attention as they are difficult to hydrate and have a short vase life. Please use cool water to rehydrate them. Make sure to store them in a cool DRY place, out of direct sunlight.


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