Rose Care in a Vase - Tips and Tricks

January 25, 2019

Rose Care in a Vase - Tips and Tricks

For ten years, Roses for Autism has been growing roses in our Connecticut greenhouse.  Every day, even in the cold of January, we experience the pleasure of cutting beautiful fresh roses; reds, pinks, yellows, whites, and our signature Lavande.  In this video, we share tips and tricks on how to properly prepare and care for your roses so that they stay fresh in a vase for up to two weeks!


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