Garden Roses

Phoenix Garden Rose

The Coy One. Shy and unassuming at first, this flower transforms from a sweet bud to a much more nuanced look with time. It will be sure to charm you over time. As the petals open, it goes from a pale blush to a truer peach color. The creamy edges of the petals paired with the peach tones makes it the perfect transition flower for an arrangement with both creams, peaches and pinks. To get the full range of these colors, make sure you have at least a few days before your event to let them open.

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