Yep, you read that right. A bouquet of flowers for only $40…..including shipping! I received a bouquet of Roses in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% my own and may differ from yours.
Let me start out by saying that when I received the email to review a bouquet of Roses, I had my doubts when I found out that they are only $40! I love flowers, but I have always told my family not to buy them for me because I couldn’t see wasting $100 for something that was going to die in about a week.
The bouquets of Roses and other flowers that TheBouqs.com sell, they actually grow them for themselves. Their farms practice sustainable, eco-friendly farming, and cut only what they sell – so they don’t waste 1 out of every 3 stems like others. When I went to the website to choose one, I couldn’t believe how beautiful they looked in the pictures. But, sometimes pictures can be deceiving.
I chose the bouquet call ‘Vibrant‘, Pink and White bi-color Roses with Green Solidago that will make any room Vibrant. I love the two tone color they had and the color itself. I chose my delivery date and waited anxiously for them to arrive.
They don’t get any more beautiful than that. Aren’t they beautiful?
Now, I wanted to see how long they were going to stay alive and if they would all open! The following pictures I took at a week and a half and they were all still alive!
They cut on the day you order and deliver straight from the farm so you get the freshest bouq possible! This means delivery just 4 days after cut, vs 10-14 elsewhere. We deliver stems grown on the equator, and 10,000 feet above sea level, which means one thing: sun. And more sun means more color.
Bouqs are fed by pure volcanic snow melt and mineral-rich, ph-balanced soil. Premium stems all around.
Roses, in a variety of colors, aren’t the only flowers they carry. They also have Cala Lilies, Asiatic Lily, and Alstroemeria just to name a few. You also get your choice of Single – 10, Double – 20 or Triple – 30. Did I mention that the $40 includes shipping?
What is your favorite color?
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