High-end Valentine’s Day Roses Have Never Been So Good

This super successful Australian brand Roses Only has now made the journey to the UK and they are offering the “world’s finest long-stemmed roses”. Originally conceived by founder James, Roses Only have positioned themselves to be the “the Tiffany of flowers”. Have they achieved this? Well, if the roses we have received are anything to go by, they have gone above and beyond!

Now based at the New Covent Garden Flower Market, Roses Only is perfectly placed to receive the very best in floral produce. The Roses Only service ensures that the roses are moved as quickly as possible to the recipient, in their signature recycled packaging and in the peak of their condition.

Roses Only offer only the most luxurious and high-end roses from around the globe. Sourced from fair trade farms in a range of countries, only the best roses make the cut. In fact, the stems have been grown over 15 weeks to have thicker and longer stems at 65cm. The 15 week cycle itself being double the typical industry standard. Each flower is grown to an astonishing 6cm in height for the ultimate, striking aesthetic and a memorable gift.

A wide selection of bouquets and arrangements can be viewed on the Roses Only website. Plus, there is a selection of colours from the classic, sultry red to mauve to cherry brandy. For each personal taste, there is a luxurious rose waiting to be had.

Every rose arrives within the UK in days of being picked and Roses Only vet the quality to ensure that flowers are kept fresh. Plus, we noticed that each flower had been individually preserved and thorns removed. A touch you would only get at the highest level.

These stunning roses are available from the Roses Only website and they are delivered nationwide. Order by the 9th February for guaranteed delivery. Single flowers start from around £29.95 and a dozen from £69.95.

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