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138 Simcoe Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3G4
(Richmond Street West and University Avenue)

(416) 591-5357 (B)

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The rose is one of the most common flowers used for flower arrangements and bouquets throughout the year. They come in a wide variety of colours which makes them extremely versatile for use in floral designs for different events and occasions. Roses are used frequently in different kinds of wedding flower arrangements such as bridal bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres. They are typically strong flowers, and so with a little tender care, roses can last for quite some time.

With the use of different colour dyes, one can obtain roses that are not a natural colour. Since blue roses do not grow naturally, blue dye is used to create blue roses . A stem of a white rose is dipped in the blue dye. Over the course of a few days, the rose drinks the dye which causes its head to gradually turn blue. Vivid green roses created in the same fashion using a green dye are popular around St. Patrick's Day.

Valentine's Day on February 14 is when a large amount of roses are sold. Due to demand and supply, the price for each rose stem is higher about a week before Valentine's Day.

Over the course of the year, Power Flowers maintains quantities of red, ivory, pink, orange, and yellow roses. These are the colour of roses that we maintain on a regular basis.

Some Power Flowers Arrangements or Bouquets Containing Roses
Roses, dendrobium orchids, alstroemeria, berries, lillies, and stock
Roses, eucalyptus, and aspedestra
Irresistible (PF-6574) Order arrangement for pick-up or Toronto area delivery
Tandem (PF-6602) Order arrangement for pick-up or Toronto area delivery

Calla lilies, red roses, statice and bear grass
Calla lillies, roses, iris, and statice
Reverence (PF-2531) Order arrangement for pick-up or Toronto area delivery
Victoria (PF-3861) Order arrangement for pick-up or Toronto area delivery

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