Elegant flower arrangement with ivory roses, orange alstroemerias, light bronze pompons, and peach hypericums.
Savor a perfect blend of sweet and spicy with Clove, a bold fall Bouq blooming with cream-colored, full-sized roses, bronze pompons and bright orange alstroemeria, dotted with peach hypericum berries. Soft, dusty green accents frame this indulgent arrangement.
Pro Tip: Your flowers will arrive fresh in our recyclable Bouqs box and may still be in bud form. This maximizes their shelf life, so they’ll last as long as possible! Please allow 2-3 days for your new buds to open and reach full bloom.
Please Note: While we always try our best to match the bouquet pictured, we remain dedicated to fresh, high-quality flowers. Occasionally substitutions including color variation or supplemental flower type may occur to ensure you receive our farmers’ freshest possible selection.
Due to local restrictions, this Bouq cannot be delivered to Hawaii.
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Roses are delivered with guard petals still attached — these protect the roses in transit and can be easily removed. They may appear lighter in color or have spots (this is normal!). Trim stems at an angle and fill vase with water. For the longest vase life, continue trimming stems at an angle as well as removing extra leaves when refreshing your arrangement. Please display in an area safely out of your pet's reach.Learn More
When the path of sunlight reaching your plant is not direct, or is filtered by something else (ex: sheer curtains).
Every 2-3 Days Full
Keep your vase filled with water. Water should be changed every 2 to 3 days.
Know Your Roots Meet the farmer
Located in Bogota, this farm was founded in 1968 and grows a huge variety of focal flowers! With an average of twelve hours of sunlight and mild temperatures year-round, the region’s atmosphere makes for optimal growing conditions. Also, the farm is certified by FLORVERDE, who advocates for and reinforces training, child care and family assistance initiatives, among other fair labor standards.
Learn More about how our flowers are grown