This week we're testing the dutch rose called 'Cupcake'.
Colour: White/Light Pink
Grower: Sjaak van der Hulst
Country: Holland / The Netherlands
At first sight this doesn't look like a real strong rose, they have got a 'soft' pink colour and the flower is allready a little bit opened up and feels soft.
It's obvious where the name comes from because they just look like a bunch of delicious cupcakes.
I'm looking forward to see what their vaselife would be.
After 7 days:
Some of the rose petals turned brown, but most of them are still in perfect shape.
I took off the brown petals and made the roses a little bit shorter.
After 10 days:
There are still some roses left, they have lost their soft pink colour and are allmost completely white right now.
At first I tought that they wouldn't last very long but 9-11 days isn't bad at all.
It's really a beautifull rose and because of it's colour and shape it is just perfect for weddingarrangements.
- They last at least 9 days
- Easy tot cut off
- Not much thorns
- They lose their pinky colour (this doesn't have to be a bad thing)
- After a couple of days some of them get brown petals