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Sunshine Dreams Garden Rose Bouquet

Gifting

Have your purchase shipped to yourself or ship to the gift recipient. If you are purchasing as a gift please enter the recipient’s address in the ‘ship to’ section at checkout. You will also have a space to write a gift message at checkout and we will include a complimentary gift card with your bouquet. Purchase prices are not included on the packaging slip that accompanies your gift. 

 

Want to ship a gift to more that one address? You will need to complete a separate order for each shipping address. A seperate shipping charge will apply to each address. We ship anywhere in the United States. 

 

Upon shipping, you will receive an order tracking email to follow along with your flowers’ journey. Your recipient is not required to sign for their package, however, due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, we highly recommend you ship to an address where they will be able to receive and open them promptlyto get them into water and keep them from the elements. We kindly ask that you give the recipient a heads-up to be on the lookout, or check in with them to make sure they have brought their box inside after you've recieved the order delivery confirmation email.

Shipping & Nursery Pick-Up

SHIPPING: Shipping fees are calculated at checkout. Preview your shipping cost by visiting your shopping cart after adding items. Your order will be shipped the week you selected for delivery. Read more about Shipping & Delivery in our FAQs here

 

Upon shipping, you will receive an order tracking email to follow along with your flowers’ journey. You are not required to sign for your package, however, due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, we highly recommend you ship to an address where you will be able to receive and open them promptly to get them into water and keep them from the elements. If they are a gift, we ask that you give the recipient a heads-up to be on the lookout, or check in with them to make sure they have brought their box inside after receiving your order delivery confirmation email.

 

NURSERY PICK-UP: Our farm nursery is located in Live Oak, California (95953). We are not open to the general public with regular retail shopping hours. We offer pick-up for orders placed on our website by appointment only.  We have appointment times available Wednesday-Saturday. To pick up from the farm, first place an order online and select “Farm Nursery Pick-Up” at checkout and select an order Fulfillment Week from the available dates.

 

After you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a LINK to schedule your nursery pick-up appointment online. Nursery address is provided after your appointment is made. Should you not be able to pick up your order on one of our nursery pick-up dates, we can ship your order to you for an additional shipping fee.

 

All fresh flower orders MUST BE PICKED UP ON YOUR APPOINTMENT DATE. Due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, if your order is not picked up on the appointent date we are not able to hold your order for a later pick-up there will be no refunds. 

Garden Rose Care Instructions

For complete instructions check out our blog post: Caring For a Fresh Garden Rose Bouquet

 

Bring your flower box inside and open it as soon as you receive it. They hate to sit out in a hot porch. Please don't leave the box sitting in a pile on your kitchen floor for 2 days waiting to be opened. They will be very sad if not placed in water immediately. Fresh flowers need to be kept in a cool location out of direct sunlight. 

 

Remove the ribbon, paper wrapping and biodegradable moisture wrap & plastic bag around the base of the bouquet. Our roses arrive in tight bud to protect the delicate blooms in transit. You may think they look a little funky but that's the safest way we can transport these delicate flowers. All of our roses have unique bloom and petal shapes - these are not cookie cutter imported boring blooms. We promise they will start to open and look like a "normal" rose bloom when placed in water in a sunny & warm location. 

 

The flowers may be slightly limp upon arrival and that's perfectly normal. They will perk up when placed in water. Hydration can take up to 4 hours so please be patient.

 

Remove the outer layer of petals from each rose and discard. The petals may have slight browning or discoloration on arrival and this is perfectly NORMAL. These are called the “guard petals” and are left on the rose intentionally to protect the other interior delicate petals in transit. As the flowers open, any remaining the discoloration will be on the inverse of the petals and the beautiful interior petals will be displayed.

 

Choose a vase. My rule of thumb is one that covers at least half the height of the stems.

 

Give your vase a good scrub with soap and hot water or diluted bleach (ratio of 1 part bleach to 10 parts water) to make sure no bacteria is remaining. Bacteria left in the vase will enter the tissue of the flower which will case the roses to prematurely age. 

 

Fill your vase three-quarters of the way full and pour in the contents of the flower food packet included with your bouquet. The flower food is crucial to extend the vase life of your flowers and make them last longer. It contains a bactericide & food to keep them fed and looking their best.

 

Recut the bottom of each stem removing at least 1/2” to your desired height. I love to stagger the height of our stems to give our arrangements a more casual and full look. So cut some a little shorter and leave some a little longer.

 

Be sure there is no foliage below the water line. This can cause bacteria to form in the water and will shorten the vase life of your roses.

 

PRO TIP: If you prefer to arrange with flowers that are more open (not in tight bud as when they arrived), leave your roses banded in their bouquet. Place them directly in a vase or bucket with water for 24 to 48 hours and allow them to hydrate and open up. To get them to open more quickly place in a sunny location with indirect light at room temperature. When they are more open, remove the rubber band from the bouquet, trim the end of the stems and arrange in your favorite vase.

 

The flowers will take up a lot of water in the first couple of days. Check the water level daily and top-off the water as needed. No need to replace the water since you placed flower food in the vase that is both feeding & keeping the bacteria away. If the water is dumped, you will be also dumping those two crucial elements for vase life extension. 

 

Remove older flowers as they fade.

 

Keep your flowers away from direct sun, drafts, and sources of heat (like stoves & fireplaces) and they’ll last longer. 

 

Garden roses are a special delicate flower and their fleeting beauty is meant to be enjoyed for 3-5 days.

BOUQUET SELECTION: CLASSIC (15 STEMS) WITH VASE

Gifting

Have your purchase shipped to yourself or ship to the gift recipient. If you are purchasing as a gift please enter the recipient’s address in the ‘ship to’ section at checkout. You will also have a space to write a gift message at checkout and we will include a complimentary gift card with your bouquet. Purchase prices are not included on the packaging slip that accompanies your gift. 

 

Want to ship a gift to more that one address? You will need to complete a separate order for each shipping address. A seperate shipping charge will apply to each address. We ship anywhere in the United States. 

 

Upon shipping, you will receive an order tracking email to follow along with your flowers’ journey. Your recipient is not required to sign for their package, however, due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, we highly recommend you ship to an address where they will be able to receive and open them promptlyto get them into water and keep them from the elements. We kindly ask that you give the recipient a heads-up to be on the lookout, or check in with them to make sure they have brought their box inside after you've recieved the order delivery confirmation email.

Shipping & Nursery Pick-Up

SHIPPING: Shipping fees are calculated at checkout. Preview your shipping cost by visiting your shopping cart after adding items. Your order will be shipped the week you selected for delivery. Read more about Shipping & Delivery in our FAQs here

 

Upon shipping, you will receive an order tracking email to follow along with your flowers’ journey. You are not required to sign for your package, however, due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, we highly recommend you ship to an address where you will be able to receive and open them promptly to get them into water and keep them from the elements. If they are a gift, we ask that you give the recipient a heads-up to be on the lookout, or check in with them to make sure they have brought their box inside after receiving your order delivery confirmation email.

 

NURSERY PICK-UP: Our farm nursery is located in Live Oak, California (95953). We are not open to the general public with regular retail shopping hours. We offer pick-up for orders placed on our website by appointment only.  We have appointment times available Wednesday-Saturday. To pick up from the farm, first place an order online and select “Farm Nursery Pick-Up” at checkout and select an order Fulfillment Week from the available dates.

 

After you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation email with a LINK to schedule your nursery pick-up appointment online. Nursery address is provided after your appointment is made. Should you not be able to pick up your order on one of our nursery pick-up dates, we can ship your order to you for an additional shipping fee.

 

All fresh flower orders MUST BE PICKED UP ON YOUR APPOINTMENT DATE. Due to the perishable nature of cut flowers, if your order is not picked up on the appointent date we are not able to hold your order for a later pick-up there will be no refunds. 

Garden Rose Care Instructions

For complete instructions check out our blog post: Caring For a Fresh Garden Rose Bouquet

 

Bring your flower box inside and open it as soon as you receive it. They hate to sit out in a hot porch. Please don't leave the box sitting in a pile on your kitchen floor for 2 days waiting to be opened. They will be very sad if not placed in water immediately. Fresh flowers need to be kept in a cool location out of direct sunlight. 

 

Remove the ribbon, paper wrapping and biodegradable moisture wrap & plastic bag around the base of the bouquet. Our roses arrive in tight bud to protect the delicate blooms in transit. You may think they look a little funky but that's the safest way we can transport these delicate flowers. All of our roses have unique bloom and petal shapes - these are not cookie cutter imported boring blooms. We promise they will start to open and look like a "normal" rose bloom when placed in water in a sunny & warm location. 

 

The flowers may be slightly limp upon arrival and that's perfectly normal. They will perk up when placed in water. Hydration can take up to 4 hours so please be patient.

 

Remove the outer layer of petals from each rose and discard. The petals may have slight browning or discoloration on arrival and this is perfectly NORMAL. These are called the “guard petals” and are left on the rose intentionally to protect the other interior delicate petals in transit. As the flowers open, any remaining the discoloration will be on the inverse of the petals and the beautiful interior petals will be displayed.

 

Choose a vase. My rule of thumb is one that covers at least half the height of the stems.

 

Give your vase a good scrub with soap and hot water or diluted bleach (ratio of 1 part bleach to 10 parts water) to make sure no bacteria is remaining. Bacteria left in the vase will enter the tissue of the flower which will case the roses to prematurely age. 

 

Fill your vase three-quarters of the way full and pour in the contents of the flower food packet included with your bouquet. The flower food is crucial to extend the vase life of your flowers and make them last longer. It contains a bactericide & food to keep them fed and looking their best.

 

Recut the bottom of each stem removing at least 1/2” to your desired height. I love to stagger the height of our stems to give our arrangements a more casual and full look. So cut some a little shorter and leave some a little longer.

 

Be sure there is no foliage below the water line. This can cause bacteria to form in the water and will shorten the vase life of your roses.

 

PRO TIP: If you prefer to arrange with flowers that are more open (not in tight bud as when they arrived), leave your roses banded in their bouquet. Place them directly in a vase or bucket with water for 24 to 48 hours and allow them to hydrate and open up. To get them to open more quickly place in a sunny location with indirect light at room temperature. When they are more open, remove the rubber band from the bouquet, trim the end of the stems and arrange in your favorite vase.

 

The flowers will take up a lot of water in the first couple of days. Check the water level daily and top-off the water as needed. No need to replace the water since you placed flower food in the vase that is both feeding & keeping the bacteria away. If the water is dumped, you will be also dumping those two crucial elements for vase life extension. 

 

Remove older flowers as they fade.

 

Keep your flowers away from direct sun, drafts, and sources of heat (like stoves & fireplaces) and they’ll last longer. 

 

Garden roses are a special delicate flower and their fleeting beauty is meant to be enjoyed for 3-5 days.