FAQS

Each farm has a different selection of roses. Our Cotopaxi farm focuses on growing vibrant roses with longer stems and our Cayambe farm focuses on red roses and darker color roses.

Both of our farms are high in altitude, Cotopaxi at 2,850m and Cayambe at 2,800m. They are situated at points that are closest to the sun, which gives them peak growing conditions. Due to the direct contact with sunlight, the roses grow faster, the stems grow straighter, and the colors are more concentrated.

Our team supplies many authorized flower distributors, so our roses are available at the shops. If you’re looking to start distribution, please contact us at our customer service email.

On the very top of our website, a section called “View by color” is present. Click on the color of your choice and browse our collection.

As a wholesaler, your number one priority is to keep the roses away from extreme humidity and high temperatures.Similarly, don’t put them in a place of extreme cold.

As a florist, you must handle the roses properly and take care of their placement. Due to the delivery systems some wholesalers use, some might places the roses with many items resulting in them being squished and malnourished, so focus on that aspect.

As a consumer, place the roses in a vase half filled with water and keep them hydrated.

Please view the Flower Care section on our website, there you will find steps that you can use to take better care of the flowers and make them last up to their stated life expectancy duration.

This problem usually comes from not removing the leaves on the bottom of the stems. You must remove the leaves that are immersed in the water; moreover, adding too much water in the vase can cause the same problem.

The flowers start to droop either when the water in the vase is fully consumed or when the stems aren’t trimmed every other day. Please visit our Flower Care section for more information.

Native Blooms flowers can usually be revived, so we recommend that you keep them and try the following steps: 

  • Use hot – not boiling — water (20 – 30 degrees C at most).
  • Add a tablespoon of sugar and a few drops of lemon juice to the water.
  • Stir and pour into a vase until the level is 4 or 5 cm. (1 ½ – 2 in.) high. You may also use warm water with a teaspoon of sugar and a tablespoon of bleach (5% solution).
  • Place the roses in the vase.
  • When the water has cooled, trim the stems another 4 to 6 cms. (1 ½ – 2 ½ in.).
  • Throw away the prepared solution.
  • Places 7 to 10 cm. (3 to 4 in.) of clean water with flower food, and wait for the roses to react.

This series of steps will rejuvenate your flowers and stun you with the results.