What makes them special?
As the saying goes, when you want something done right, you have to take your time. Grown in the highest elevated hilltops of Colombia, BlueBlossom roses take an extra long time to fully develop, resulting in the longest-stemmed roses in the world.
Did you know? Colombia is an equatorial country, which means flowers grown there receive more hours of daylight than almost anywhere else in the world. Longer, sunnier days mean roses with larger buds with longer-lasting blossoming periods. Beautiful, big-headed roses that last longer, too?! Win-win-win.
Exquisite in color
Remember the high elevation we mentioned earlier? Higher altitudes mean colder climates and those chilly climates cause our roses to do some serious shape-shifting when it comes to their hue. With a BlueBlossom rose, you’ll often see contrasting colors both along the edges of the flower, and inside the petals. In other words, instant W-O-W factor.
Colombia, the land of roses
With 12 hours of natural sunlight and an 8,400-foot altitude, Colombia offers some of the most unique growing conditions in the world.
Blooming happy, 365 days a year
Due to its unique climate and landscape, Colombian roses bloom 365 days a year. Talk about blooming happy!
Hydrated soil is happy soil
Wow! Bogotá receives 33 inches of rainfall annually. Even better? Almost half of the water BlueBlossom farms use for irrigation every year is recycled rainwater.