About Rose Tess
The velvety-textured and deep ruffles are both dramatic and nostalgic
Rose Tess is a very English period red rose, Tess oozes blackcurrant red tones and sparkles with a shimmering gold stamen.
Dramatic and Nostalgic
The velvety-textured and deep ruffles are both dramatic and nostalgic.
Rose Tess 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