Rose Toulouse Lautrec
The amazing yellow garden Rose Toulouse Lautrec is named after the famous French painter Henri de Toulouse Lautrec. Not strange, because the origin of this rose is French too. The petals are very thin and fragile, and when this rose arrives, the buds look quite small, you can almost not believe how such a big rose with big flowers can emerge from it.
Light & Sweet Perfume
Toulouse Lautrec roses have a light and sweet perfume. The buds of the rose Toulouse Lautrec will open to a fully petaled, classic, quartered rosette with a romantic center and around 60 to 90 petals.
Rose Toulouse Lautrec 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