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Cut Roses in Vase

From Garden To Vase

Roses are classic, timeless, and versatile flowers that can add color and beauty to any garden or floral arrangement. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting out, planting roses for cut flowers is a rewarding experience that can bring a touch of elegance and fragrance to your home. With so many varieties to choose from, it can be overwhelming to pick the right ones for your garden. Let us guide you with some of our favorites.
Climbing Roses On An Arbor

A Bit About Rose Varieties

There are a few things to consider when selecting roses for cut flowers, including variety, bloom size and stem length. Here's a breakdown of how each type of rose could work for cut flower arrangements:

Hybrid Tea
roses are a popular choice for cut flower gardens because they typically have long, sturdy stems and large, single blooms that are perfect for creating stunning arrangements. They're also known to have long-lasting blooms.

roses produce clusters of small to medium-sized blooms on shorter stems. While the shorter stem might not make them ideal for vases, they make perfect fillers in bouquets due to their clustering bloom pattern.

Grandiflora roses are a hybrid of hybrid tea and floribunda roses, producing large, showy blooms that are great for creating eye-catching arrangements. They typically have long, sturdy stems like hybrid teas, but their blooms are more clustered like floribundas., so you get the best of both roses!
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All Dressed Up™ Rose
Earth Angel™ Rose
Hybrid Tea
Sugar Moon™ Rose
Hybrid Tea
Dark Night™ Rose
Hybrid Tea
Eternal Flame™ Rose
Hybrid Tea
Rose 'Brandy'
Hybrid Tea
Neptune™ Rose
Hybrid Tea
Rose 'Fragrant Cloud'
Hybrid Tea
Princess Charlene de Monaco® Rose
Hybrid Tea
Rose 'Love at First Sight'
Hybrid Tea
Person cutting roses

Rose-Cutting Tips

  • Cut roses early in the morning or late in the evening when the temperature is cooler to help retain moisture.
  • Use sharp, clean pruning shears to make a clean cut to reduce the risk of damaging the stem and prevent the introduction of harmful bacteria.
  • Cut roses at a 45-degree angle to increase the surface area for water uptake.
  • Cut the rose stems at an appropriate length depending on your desired arrangement.
  • Remove any leaves that will be below the waterline in the vase to prevent bacterial growth and help the water stay clean.
  • Change the water in the vase every other day and recut the stems at a 45-degree angle to maintain water uptake.

Check Out Our Full 2023 Rose Varieties List

Choose from over 50 varieties of hybrid tea, grandiflora, floribunda, climbing roses, and more. Select varieties and sizes of patio trees also available. Selection and availability vary by store.
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