Roses ‘Loves Me With Fatal Attraction’ - Tenderness and Resilience in One Rosebud

If you want a beautiful bush rose that can be used in both bouquets and oasis compositions

By: DMITRY TURCAN | 09-08-2021 | 1 min read

Rosa ‘Loves Me With Fatal Attraction’

When these roses came to the Flower Bureau, I had a lot of work to do. I asked the guys to put them in water and put them away in the refrigerator so I could come back to them a little later... And I only remembered about them 15 days later.

Is This the End?

I was sure it was the end: either wilted or rotted. But in the meantime, the roses had only grown more beautiful. They were half-opened, full of air and strength. I stood and admired the thick branches, covered with large, weighty flowers.    

Roses for a Lavish Wedding

There was something pompous and yet incredibly delicate about them. I wanted to express their character in my work. I came up with the idea of using a champagne bucket as a vase to emphasize the solemnity and beauty of these flowers. Roses, garden lilacs, lily of the valley, and blossoming raspberry branches. The composition was very festive and delicate at the same time. It could be the main decoration at a lavish wedding.    

A Great Option

But at this point, the roses did not stop surprising me. They kept their appearance in the refrigerator for more than two weeks and then in the composition they also proved their resilience.     So if you want a beautiful bush rose that can be used in both bouquets and oasis compositions, then roses ‘Loves Me With Fatal Attraction’ are a great option.   Dmitry Turcan on Thursd - Rosa Loves Me With Fatal Attraction
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Dmitry Turcan

Dmitry Turcan is a one of the most recognisable Russian-speaking floral artists. He is the founder of the online school of floristics Turcan International Flower School. Born into a family of florists, Dmitry from an early age began to absorb the culture of flowers and learned the basics of floristic art. His unique style began to emerge in Italy where he lived for 8 years. Western Europe taught him to create minimalistic and concise objects. The style started to evolve when he moved to Azerbaijan, chic and abundance were deeply valued in that culture. So this combination of incompatible — luxury and restraint — formed the basis of Dmitry’s style in floristry, in which he continues to improve today. A winner of many awards including Best in Show and Gold at the 2018 Singapore Garden Festival he was the designer who created the magnificent Lady Gaga floral piano.



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