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What makes them special?


Longer Stems

Longer stems

As the saying goes, you must take time when you want something done right. Grown on elevated hilltops in Colombia, our roses take extra time to develop resulting in longest-stemmed roses than average.

Bigger blooms

Bigger blooms

Longer, sunnier days in Colombia, an equatorial country, mean roses with larger buds with longer-lasting blossoming periods. Beautiful, big-headed roses that last longer, too?! Win-win-win.

Exquisite in color

Exquisite in color

Higher altitudes mean colder climates, which affect our rose's hue. You'll often see contrasting colors along the flower's edges and inside the petals. In other words, instant W-O-W factor.


A Luxury experience

Vibrant bouquet of yellow roses in a metallic gold vase, placed on books beside a mug and lamp, with a backdrop of a white wall.
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Vibrant close-up of orange and yellow roses with soft red edges, highlighting the detailed layers of delicate petals and the lush beauty of the blossoms.
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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.
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Blooming happy, 365 days a year

Due to its unique climate and landscape, Colombian roses bloom 365 days a year. Talk about blooming happy!

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Hydrated soil is happy soil

Wow! Bogotá receives 33 inches of rainfall annually. Even better? Almost half of the water the farm use for irrigation every year is recycled rainwater.

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Sustainability is key

Our farms utilize beneficial insects instead of pesticides to eliminate crop-damaging pests.

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