top of page
  • Alina Neacsa

Who Will Refuse the Lovely Pomarosa Rose?

The color is fragile, passionate, versatile, and well-suited to a wide range of events. Pink is an attitude as well as a color.

I love pink! Pink roses have a variety of symbolic meanings, including femininity, elegance, and sweetness. The lovely Pomarosa rose comes in a delicate shade of pink that epitomizes elegance and joy. Pink is an attitude as much as a color.

Pink with the Pomarosa Rose and Pretty in Pink

Each blossom will sparkle in the appropriate arrangement, in my opinion; you simply need to "feel it." And I thought the petals of this powdery-pale pink rose would look magnificent folded, or as some could say, "flexed." Since pink is so delicate, lovely, versatile, and readily adapted to many different events, it really is a fantastic color option.

'Folding' or 'Flexing' excellent

Who could refuse this stunning Pomarosa rose? Exactly. No one! Technically speaking, this type has robust stems, a gorgeous shade of pale pink, and no perfume. But as I accomplished in my design, the Pomarosa rose lends itself nicely to folding or "flexing." This folding method takes some time to complete, but it's well worth it because, in my opinion, it will improve the overall appearance of this rose and nearly triple the size of the blooms. However, if your design calls for a more traditional approach, this rose's natural shape might be more suitable and equally alluring.

Pomarosa Rose - Perfect for Events and Weddings

However, I prefer the fluffy Pomarosa rose in my design. This species is a fantastic option for both weddings and celebrations because it has enormous flower heads, few thorns, and an excellent vase life of 10–12 days that may be extended to roughly 16 days with careful flower care.

Create the Surreal

I like to stay current and design unexpected things such as an organized bouquet with a gold mirror in the center which catches the beauty of the flowers, a vase made of glass with folded roses, and a unique concrete urn full with the Pomarosa rose in its original form. Flexibility, imagination, and creativity are essential to post-pandemic floral arrangements. Which one do you prefer?

1 view0 comments


bottom of page