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Some boring but important stuff.....

For the benefit of photography, most floral illustrations shown are photographed in full bloom - we aim, where possible, to supply flowers in bud so they remain at their best for the longest time possible – it is important to bear this in mind when deciding on your delivery date. Advice is always available, so please always contact us if you are unsure. Please note, our advice is only our opinion and there are many other factors that will determine how quickly cut flowers open, for example, how they are conditioned on receipt, what temperature they are kept in, how hot or cold the weather is etc. Also, please note, when ordering wholesale cut Garden Roses we do expect the customer to have experience & a certain skill level. Usk Valley Roses Ltd do not take responsibility for the conditioning of cut flowers or how long it takes for flower blooms to open once delivered.

Usk Valley Roses Ltd is a wholesale/trade only cut Rose supplier - if the customer has no experience in the conditioning, handling and timing of cut Garden Roses it is highly recommended that the customer considers not buying cut Garden Roses and, instead, considers buying Roses which have been specifically bred for cut flower use, from a good flower wholesaler or gets professional help from an experienced and qualified Florist.

Please note, when viewing images on our web site the colour, shade and clarity will depend on the screen quality of your computer or tablet device.

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* Due to a large number of people signing up pretending to be Florists trying to get our Roses for their personal use we are now having to 'vet' everyone.  If any information on the form is missing, incorrect or just obviously made up we will not add you to our mailing list.



Please do not compare true garden roses (like the ones we grow) with commercial garden roses.  

Yes, some of the commercial varieties have the term 'garden rose' but they are completely different beasts to real garden roses.  

If you are looking for commercial (imported) garden roses then please visit your usual flower wholesaler.