We are happy to tell you more about the rose varieties that we have in our range at Surprose on our rose lexicon. Surprose is completely transparent when it comes to the types of roses we sell and where they are grown. Below you will find information about our rose varieties, about the specific characteristics / properties of our roses and where they come from. Would you like to know more about the care of our roses? Take a look at this in our blog, where we give care tips!
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Avalanche roses
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Avalanche

White Avalanche roses are beautiful and luxurious roses with an enormous appearance and pure natural power. The white Avalanche rose is perhaps the most beautiful rose in our range and often used at royal weddings and VIP parties. The white Avalanche roses are known for their long vase life and appear in many bouquets. Read more about the Avalanche rose here >


Avalanche Peach roses
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Avalanche Peach

The Avalanche Peach is a beautiful Avalanche rose with a soft salmon colour. The salmon roses are stylish and luxurious roses that are often used at weddings. The rosebud is about 7 cm in diameter with a stem length of about 60 cm. This also champagne-coloured rose is grown right here in the Netherlands! Read more about the Avalanche Peach rose here >


Avalanche Sweet roses
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Avalanche Sweet

A large rose (rose head up to 7 cm!) of high quality with a soft pink colour. This beautiful rose is grown in the Netherlands, just like the other Avalanche varieties above. The favourite for bridal bouquets and birthdays, because of its elegant shape and romantic colour. Interested? All about the Avalanche Sweet rose here >


Black Baccara roses
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Black Baccara

Want to know everything about the Black Baccara rose? Then you are in the right place! This mysterious deep red rose looks black, but when the rose opens in the vase it is deep red. This black-looking rose is known for having velvety petals in addition to a dark color. Black Baccara roses are back! Read more about the Black Baccara rose >


Buzzy Magenta roses
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Buzzy Magenta

Read all about this special spray rose here. Buzzy Magenta is special because of its colour, stem length and shape. Buzzy Magenta is a spray rose with a deep pink colour. This rose variety has several rosebuds on a single stem, giving the bouquet a much fuller look. This spray rose looks playful in a bouquet and is very modern. Find out more about this exclusive rose, its grower and what makes it special. Read more about the Buzzy Magenta rose >


Camouflage roses
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Camouflage

A green rose is not very common, which makes the Camouflage rose so special. A rose with a soft green colour. The green rose is fresh and unique! The rose also has a very special meaning. Are you curious and you want to learn more about her? Read more about the origin of the rose, the journey from grower to vase, the colour and meaning of the Camouflage rose >


Confidential roses
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Confidential

The orange rose that is most commonly found in our assortment is the Confidential rose. This most common orange rose has a colour gradient from the outer leaves, to the heart of the rose. Here we tell you about the Dutch grower in Kenya and what they do about sustainability. You will also find out all the details about this orange rose. Read more about the Confidential rose here >


Coral Charm
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Coral Charm

Peonies are special in themselves. But this one is a little bit extra special. The Coral Charm has certain characteristics that not all (peony) roses have. From beautiful petals to the colour(s) of this wonderful peony. The colour even changes during their vase life! A flower for weddings, mothers and actually all flower lovers. Read all about the Coral Charm rose >


Devoted
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Devoted

A rose with a strong orange colour. Not only the colour, but also the name has a meaning. So when you give this rose you can make a symbolic gesture if you like. For this we also give a few tips. You can find out what the orange rose stands for, where it comes from, who its growers are and much more about this rose here. Find out all about the orange Devoted rose here >


Duchesse de Nemours
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Duchesse de Nemours

A very special white peony that has been around for over a century. How is it possible that she is still so incredibly popular? And why is she a premium peony? We have listed all the facts for you and explain exactly why this white peony is so special, because she is! Are you curious to know more? Read all about the white Duchesse de Nemours peony here >


EverRed
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EverRed

A red rose grown in Kenya by our grower Rift Valley Roses. Here we tell you how the rose stays as fresh as possible, while it makes a journey from Kenya to the recipient. What the rose is called, its characteristics, its bouquets and more. Want to know more about this EverRed rose? You can read a lot more about the EverRed rose here >


Fiësta
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Fiësta

The Fiësta rose. A striking rose that takes on two colours in a completely natural way. The rose is not dyed or worked to obtain its colours. It has yellow and orange stripes that run from the stem to the very edge of the rose petal. Without a pattern and completely randomly, the stripes are spread all over the rose. Read more about the Fiësta rose here >


Good Times roses
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Good Times

A yellow rose of high quality. The Good Times rose is one of the few yellow roses in our range. It can be found in mono-bouquets, mixed bouquets and can be ordered by the piece from 10 to 1001! The grower, the meaning of the rose, the journey from the grower to the vase and much more can be found on our page about the rose variety: Good Times. Read more about the yellow Good Times rose >


Hermosa roses
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Hermosa

The Hermosa rose has a sweet, yet soft colour. It was discovered in Ecuador, but the Hermosa in our range is now grown by Ol-Njorowa in Kenya. A high sun, close to the equator, many hours of sun and little rain ensure that the Hermosa rose is a very strong rose with very high quality. Do you want to know more about it? Read more about our Hermosa rose here >


Lady Lindsay roses
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Lady Lindsay

A bright white rose, not a classic rose, but modern. The flower-shaped rose petals make this rose look more like a wildflower or an English garden rose than a classic rose! Would you like to know more about this special, but above all exclusive rose? About the grower, where she comes from and much more? Read all details about the Lady Lindsay rose >


Magic Vuvuzela roses
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Magic Vuvuzela

A very special rose, the Magic Vuvuzela. She comes from a series of several Vuvuzela roses and has a deep pink/red colour. It is a wild rose, which is not available in our assortment all year round. The period she is available you can enjoy her countless petals! Learn all about this special wild rose at Surprose: the Magic Vuvuzela rose >


Memory Lane roses
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Memory Lane

Purple roses are special and rare. This Memory Lane rose originates from Kenya, where the sun is high. A rose of high quality has a soft lilac colour. The Memory Lane rose stands for love at first sight and is available as a mono-bouquet or mixed bouquet at Surprose! Want to know more about this special rose? Here you can find out more about Memory Lane >


Paloma roses
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Paloma

The Paloma rose consists of two colours. The core of this rose is white/cream, this colour runs over into a strong pink at the ends of the rose petals. Each rose petal has the same overflow of the two colours. This is completely natural and therefore not painted! When this rose blooms open on the vase, these colours give a beautiful effect. Want to know more about the grower, the discoverer of the rose and its meaning? Read more about the Paloma rose here >


Red Charm peonies
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Red Charm

There are many different kinds of roses, but also different kinds of peonies. Here we explain why this red peony is special and what different types of peonies there are. We'll tell you how big a Red Charm can get and when she was discovered. Did you know that the Red Charm is the best red peony in existence? Did you know that the red peony is a round peony? See why and go to the Red Charm peony >


Red Eye roses
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Red Eye

A red Grassheart rose. A rose with numerous red rose petals with a green centre in the middle, which is where the name Grassheart comes from. Here you can read much more about this rose, the grower, other colours, similar roses and more. Read here what makes this Grassheart rose different from other red roses. Go to the Red Eye rose >


Red Naomi roses
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Red Naomi

These exclusive premium red roses from grower Meewisse Roses radiate pure romance. With its subtle rose scent and large rose head, the Red Naomi rose is a beautiful rose to give as a gift to a loved one in a rose bouquet. Read more about this beautiful and large rose that we have in our range! More information about the Red Naomi >


Sarah Bernhardt peonies
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Sarah Bernhardt

The most popular peony in the world, named after a famous actress. It is sought after for its soft pink colour, its many petals and because it grows so large when in bloom. We have put together all the facts, tips and tricks about this Sarah Bernhardt peony for you.  I am curious to know more about the Sarah Bernhardt peony >


Shades of Grey roses
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Shades of Grey

A grey rose! A rose with a soft grey colour in the style of the English garden roses! So this is a very special rose. This is actually one of the few roses we have from our grower in Germany. Do you want to know more about this rose, her special colour and what makes her different from a classic rose? Read more about this exclusive Shades of Grey rose > 


Sophia Loren roses
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Sophia Loren

The Sophia Loren is a very bea rose with a soft pink lovely and romantic color. With its sturdy large flower buds of up to 7 cm and sturdy stems of 65 cm, this pink rose belongs to the XXL roses in our assortment. The enormous pink rose has a very long vase life and will surprise most. Read all about our Dutch and beautiful Sophia Loren rose here >


Sweet Revival roses
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Sweet Revival

A very soft pink rose. The outside of the rose is soft green and becomes more and more pink towards the inside, as can be seen in the picture opposite. A pink rose that is also suitable for people who are not fans of a sweet pink colour. It stands for gratitude and admiration with its soft and elegant look. Find out more about the Sweet Revival rose here >


Tacazzi roses
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Tacazzi

The colourful Tacazzi rose radiates joy, love, gratitude and dignity. With its subtle rose scent, the Tacazzi rose is a rose that makes the perfect gift for any occasion. These roses from Kenya will make a wonderful gift for anyone who receives them. The subtle rose scent of the Tacazzi makes it even more special. Read all about our colourful Tacazzi rose here >


Upper Class roses
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Upper Class

The Upper Class, an elegant and luxurious red rose. Perfect for giving as a gift to someone else. Whether it's for Valentine's Day or just because you like the recipient, as long as it's a love gift, the Upper Class rose is the one for you. A red rose with a velvet look that is small in the bud, but big when it opens. Find out more surprises of the Upper Class rose >


Vendela roses
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Vendela

Vendela is a strong white/cream-coloured rose. The originally white Vendela rose can only be ordered with us as a blue rose, or rainbow rose. The rainbow roses come in the bright colours of the rainbow, but also in pastel colours. How this works and much more information can be read on the next page about the Vendela rose >


Victorian roses
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Victorian

A wild rose, grown in the Netherlands. This rose is grown by the growers of VIP roses. Just the name of the grower says a lot about this rose variety. It is an exclusive rose, which belongs to our XXL collection. Read more about her salmon-coloured rose petals, the breeders, sustainability of this grower and much more! Go to the Victorian rose >


Vuvuzela roses
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Vuvuzela

The Vuvuzela rose is one of a series of Vuzela roses. This wild rose resembles a peony or an English garden rose, but it comes from Germany and is actually only available when the peonies are no longer so. Do you want to know more facts and figures about the Vuvuzela rose, the grower and the two colours of this exclusive rose? Then read here much more about this Vuvuzela rose >


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