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Did you know there are actually several types of roses? Garden roses are the rounder, fluffy alternative to traditional roses, which makes them especially popular for weddings. This soft shape and texture has an undeniably romantic look, and the voluminous bloom adds lots of texture to bouquets and centerpieces. However, since these flowers come in a wide variety of colors that ranges from cream garden roses to deep red roses, they can be incorporated into floral arrangements for a wide variety of events.

If you’ve been eyeing some gorgeous flowers like these for your wedding or special event, check out the wholesale garden roses available at Blooms by the Box. We offer garden roses wholesale by the box, bunch or stem to ensure that you get exactly what you need. It’s the easiest way to add a DIY touch to a special occasion. Plus, you’ll save hundreds over what you would’ve spent at an overpriced florist.

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How to Care for Wholesale Garden and Cabbage Roses

Garden roses have big flower heads on delicate stems and require special care. They have an extremely short vase life. Keep them out of direct sunlight. Rehydrate by cutting the stems at an angle under cool water. Fill your vase with 4 inches of water and remove any foliage from below the waterline to avoid cloudy and foul-smelling water. Visit our care page for more information.

Popular Wholesale Garden and Cabbage Rose Colors

Our garden rose colors are perfect for all sorts of wedding arrangements. Ranging from white to hot pink, you’ll find that our roses add a great pop of sweet color or act as a staple of purity and grace. Alabaster and O’Hara white a perfect for a traditional bouquet, while caramel antike cream adds a little peach. The Ashley color harkens back to the Victorian age, while light pinks bring the romance. For a splash of passion, check out our red and hot pink shades.  

Wholesale Garden and Cabbage Rose Meaning

Humans have grown and tended roses for millennia. While their meaning depends on their colors, for the most part, roses symbolize love, honor, devotion, wisdom, timelessness, passion and more. (For rose color meanings, visit our wholesale rose page.) It is also often associated with numerology, the Greek goddess Aphrodite, Isis and Jesus Christ. In a Tarot card deck, the rose symbolizes balance as well as promise and hope. 

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