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Rosa Loves Me cut roses premiere in Scandinavia

Rosa Eskelund will show the flowers of the first Rosa Loves Me varieties to Scandinavian florists at the Odense exhibition for Flower shops and Garden-centres on 11-12 January. The varieties are now available.



Rosa looks forward to it very much, as she will show her ‘first born cut rose babies’ to her home market for the first time.



After many years of breeding and selection the much sought after 'garden look' cut roses are finally on their way to show their ornamental value in vases and bouquets all over in Scandinavia.



"Nearly 200 professional florists have already commented on the Facebook page for Danish florists and many wholesalers from Copenhagen called me this morning to ask where to buy Rosa Loves Me flowers," says a very happy Rosa Eskelund. At the same time, a lot of florists asked for Rosa Loves Me with their regular flower importer, so that is a very good start.

For more information
Roses Forever
Rosa Eskelund
T: +45 51 57 19 90
Email: re@rosa.dk
www.roses-forever.com

Publication date: 1/6/2017

 


 

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