Rose Ascot has the following description: Dark Plum. The breeder of Rose Ascot is Tantau. Typically, this variety is moderately priced. Roses are widely known as the most popular cut flower. Who doesn’t love Roses…
Always plan ahead when you receive Roses. When received, cut the stems and place the Roses in water but do not remove the protective cardboard and sleeve of Rose Ascot for at least 4 hours. This is the optimal way for the stems to draw water. Do not process flowers close to air vents, next to fruit (which causes ethylene), or in freezing temperatures. After the Roses are processed, carefully remove the cardboard and position Roses in a vase. If needed, carefully remove a few guard petals. For best result, always cut the stems in an angle. Remove excess foliage to prevent leaves from touching the water. For maximum enjoyment, keep Rose Ascot away from the sun (windows) and drafts (HVAC vents). The best Roses typically come from South America (Ecuador and Colombia), the Rose capital of the world!
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The original photograph of this variety was added on: November 16, 2013.
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