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$59.96 $36.76

On your Anniversary or any other special day, say “I Love You” through the language of flowers. Featuring a marvelous mix of red r...oses that speaks of “passionate love” and classic white oriental lilies that says your heart is “true and pure,” This magnificent bouquet represents the true love and unity you share as a couple. Send your sweetie this timeless expression of love that is sure to sweep your special someone of their feet! All roses from our farms are Rainforest Alliance Certified signifying enviornmental, social and economic responsibility. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$33.25 $32.80

On your Anniversary or any other special day, say “I Love You” through the language of flowers. Featuring a marvelous mix of red r...oses that speaks of “passionate love” and classic white oriental lilies that says your heart is “true and pure,” This magnificent bouquet represents the true love and unity you share as a couple. Send your sweetie this timeless expression of love that is sure to sweep your special someone of their feet! All roses from our farms are Rainforest Alliance Certified signifying enviornmental, social and economic responsibility. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$35.80 $35.71

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$34.99 $34.98

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$33.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$36.07 $35.51

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$33.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$38.82 $38.58

These roses are packed with personality! Featuring warm hues of pink colors, this multicolored bouquet joins spectacular colors, s...hapes and textures to form an exquisite rose bouquet. Each rose is hand-picked by our expert growers, ensuring only the best blooms are selected to convey your most sincere sentiments. Small surprise, this rose bouquet is a favorite choice among recipients and gift givers alike. Send her your “Happy Birthday” wishes with this explosive bouquet. Or, send this bouquet to welcome a “New Baby.” Whatever the occasion, this colorful rose assortment will leave a lasting impression. All roses from our farms are Rainforest Alliance Certified signifying enviornmental, social and economic responsibility. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$50.00 $49.87

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$28.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$50.00

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$34.53

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$35.56 $35.05

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$34.87 $34.83

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$36.21

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$36.99

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$38.50

These roses are packed with personality! Featuring warm hues of pink colors, this multicolored bouquet joins spectacular colors, s...hapes and textures to form an exquisite rose bouquet. Each rose is hand-picked by our expert growers, ensuring only the best blooms are selected to convey your most sincere sentiments. Small surprise, this rose bouquet is a favorite choice among recipients and gift givers alike. Send her your “Happy Birthday” wishes with this explosive bouquet. Or, send this bouquet to welcome a “New Baby.” Whatever the occasion, this colorful rose assortment will leave a lasting impression. All roses from our farms are Rainforest Alliance Certified signifying enviornmental, social and economic responsibility. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$38.54

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$28.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$34.90 $34.88

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$33.06

These roses are packed with personality! Featuring contrasting warm and cool colors, this multicolored bouquet joins spectacular c...olors, shapes and textures to form an exquisite floral bouquet. Each rose is hand-picked by our expert growers, ensuring only the best blooms are selected to convey your most sincere sentiments. Small surprise, this rose bouquet is a favorite choice among recipients and gift givers alike. Send her your “Happy Birthday” wishes with this explosive bouquet. Or, send this bouquet to welcome a “New Baby.” Whatever the occasion, this colorful rose assortment will leave a lasting impression. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$28.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$28.06

These roses are packed with personality! Featuring contrasting warm and cool colors, this multicolored bouquet joins spectacular c...olors, shapes and textures to form an exquisite floral bouquet. Each rose is hand-picked by our expert growers, ensuring only the best blooms are selected to convey your most sincere sentiments. Small surprise, this rose bouquet is a favorite choice among recipients and gift givers alike. Send her your “Happy Birthday” wishes with this explosive bouquet. Or, send this bouquet to welcome a “New Baby.” Whatever the occasion, this colorful rose assortment will leave a lasting impression. read more

Benchmark Bouquets
$33.06

What Our Rainforest Alliance Certification Means Less Water Pollution All sources of contamination (pesticides and fertilizers, se...diment, wastewaters, garbage, and fuels) are controlled. Less Soil Erosion Farms implement soil conservation practices such as planting on contours and maintaining ground cover. Reduced Threats to the Environment and Human Health Dangerous pesticides are prohibited. Agrochemical use is strictly regulated. Farmers use mechanical and biological pest controls to reduce toxicity and quantity of chemicals. Wildlife Habitat is Protected As deforestation is stopped, the banks of rivers are protected with buffer zones, critical ecosystems such as wetlands are protected and forest patches on farms are preserved. Less Waste Farm by-products such as un-marketable foliage are composted and returned to the fields as natural fertilizer. Other wastes, such as plastics, glass, and metals are recycled where possible. Less Water Used Water conservation measures are applied in washing and packing stations, housing areas, and irrigation. More Efficient Farm Management The certification program helps farmers organize, plan, schedule improvements, implement better practices, identify problems, and monitor progress. Improved Conditions for Farm Workers Ensure that workers get fair wages, decent housing, clean drinking water, sanitary facilities, and a safe and wholesome work area. Workers and their families have access to schools, health care, transportation, and training. Flower Care TipsView larger Tips for Longer Lasting Flowers Start with a clean vase Empty Chrysal food into the vase Check the back of the sachet and add correct amount of water Remove leaves below water level Cut 2-3cm off the bottom of the stems Arrange in the vase Top up if necessary Avoid draught Avoid direct sunlight Do not place flowers near fruits, avoid Ethylene damage Remove dead or wilting flowers read more

Arts Exotiques
$265.99

Add exotic style to your home decor with a handmade mosaic tile Mosaic mural tiles for wall covering are hand-painted in Tunisia W...all paneling can be used indoors or outdoors as a wall mural 'Rose Bouquet' design features a vertically oval design... read more

KaBloom
$34.99

Hello Sunshine! Brighten their day with the brilliant beauty of these charming yellow roses that are sure to add a sunny smile to ...anyone's day. read more

$66.99 $60.29

Add some spice to your outdoor home decor with our Bouquet Black Pillow. This pillow is made of 100-percent Polyester with 100-per...cent Poly Dacron Fiber Insert and features an invisible zipper closure. State: California Package includes: 1 Pillow... read more

$94.49 $85.04

Add some spice to your outdoor home decor with our Bouquet Black Pillow. This pillow is made of 100-percent Polyester with 100-per...cent Poly Dacron Fiber Insert and features an invisible zipper closure. State: California Package includes: 1 Pillow... read more

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An offering of six white roses are a timeless gesture to convey purity, innocence, sympathy, honor and remembrance.

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A heady concoction of mixed Roses in bright yellows, pastels and pink colors

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An elegant way to convey your gratitude, sympathy and appreciation and honor a special person or gathering.

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The fresh energy of an 18 orange rose appropriately celebrates all new beginnings by radiating warmth and encouragement.

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