While most people will be hoping for a bunch of flowers or heart-shaped chocolates this Valentine’s Day, ultra-spenders will be looking for something extravagant like the world’s largest roses. Measuring 5-feet tall, these largest roses were grown nearly 12,500 above sea level in the Andes mountain ranges of Ecuador. Online UK florists Arena Flowers are offering 1,000 of these tallest roses in form of an expensive Valentine’s Day bouquet that will set you back a whopping £9,000 (US $13,000), making it the world’s most expensive Valentine’s bouquet.
Just because of such high altitude, the red roses have a slower growth cycle than normal. So, their stems grow extremely long and also have large heads. For making the largest bouquet in the world, some of the most experience florists have hand-picked one thousand stems of beautiful South American roses hand-tied them in a beautiful wrap.
This ultimate Valentine’s Day bouquet will surely deliver your love message in a big way. To top it all the enormous bouquet is also accompanied with a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne and an iPad mini. For that price, you can otherwise purchase a lavish car or go for a luxury round the world cruise. But if you’ve a bank account flowing with cash, then you can surely spend some money on these lovey roses for your partner.
In case you don’t want to spend such huge amount of money on a bouquet, then cheaper versions are also available 150 roses are for £2,000 (US $2895), 50 roses for £750 (US $1085), and 24 roses for (US $724). Although still the prices are not reasonable compared to usual rose bouquets, but totally worth the world’s largest roses. So, make your Valentine’s Day more special and unforgettable one with this splendid bouquet of roses.
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