The Pride Festival in London takes place from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July 2017 and that is the main reason this week we are all about celebration, solidarity, pride and, last but not least rainbow roses.
Rainbow roses take a well-trained hand and a lot of attention to make, but the end result is always worth the extra effort. It is a sure way to put a look of wonder in someone’s eyes when we deliver these special flowers to them.
Rainbow roses have been very popular lately and these flowers are a little different from regular English red, pink white and yellow roses you probably have seen in our fresh hand-tied bouquets. Blooming in rich, vibrant colours, these rainbow roses definitely stand out to say the least. Each rainbow rose shares bright hues. By the way – besides roses, other cut flowers such as chrysanthemums, carnations, hydrangeas and orchids can also be rainbow coloured in the same way.
The pictures of rainbow roses haven’t been doctored, and the roses haven’t been painted. They have, in fact, been artificially coloured through the flower’s intake of water – splitting the stem into different cups of dyed water to achieve the rainbow effect. You may have seen seeds to grow these roses on a number of online marketplaces, but don’t be fooled: you cannot grow rainbow roses from seeds.
Each rainbow rose is made individually and makes a very special gift to someone even more special. So with that in mind, if you really want to make someone’s day, then why not order our unique Rainbow Roses today.