The name Miyabi signifies the traditional Japanese idea of authentic elegance, it embodies this ideal in the way that his rose opens: its medium pink-colored outer petals part to reveal light pink petals inside, forming a star shape, and tinted at the heart of the blossom with warm peach.
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Rose Miyabi shows more and more of her center petal as the bloom ages, eventually revealing a pretty green stamen in the heart of the rose
Rose Care Tips
- Use a clean vase
- Flower food improves the life of your flowers significantly, and prevents the necks from bending
- Cut a few centimeters off the stem at an angle to open the veins for absorbing water
- Remove only the foliage at the bottom up to the point where the stem is in the water
- Refill the water when it gets 'cloudy'
- Keep the vase away from vegetables and fruits, because the ethylene gas produced by these will damage your flowers
- Take dying flowers out, so they won't infect the others
- Keep your flowers away from high temperatures and direct sunlight