cielito lindo

cielito lindo

Farm-to-door delivery —3x times fresher blooms!
Farm-to-door delivery —3x times fresher blooms!
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Have you ever seen something more tender than this bouquet? Coral pink and pale purple roses can make the day even more special by adding soft shades to the setting. Freshly cut flowers in sweet colors made precisely to draw a smile on the face of your recipient. 

The name of this lovely bouquet in English means "beautiful little heaven," but is also used as a term of endearment, like "sweetheart" or "darling." And you can see why we had to name the bouquet this way! A soft mix of two light colors gives an excellent sweet result. The bouquet is just bursting with tenderness and magic. Presenting this beauty to a loved one is a great way to show tenderness and affection. Don't stumble with your words -- let this gift speak for you. It expresses heartfelt wishes in every blooming rose.

There is no need to wait for a special holiday to present this tender bouquet of roses; it can be an ordinary day, but the happiness in the eyes and smile on the face is worth it. Be the one who can make a person happy by presenting a gift when it's least likely expected. 

With fast, fresh-flower delivery nationwide, we can get your gift bouquet to that special someone in no time! Let us help you make those special moments that much more beautiful with fresh flowers.

Add a crystal vase and a wrap to make your gift look magnificent and luxurious. 


Please note: Colors may vary slightly from the photo as each bouquet is created based on the season.

Product Care

Caring for your roses correctly can ensure a super long vase life.

Have you seen our Flower Care Tutorial Video?! It's full of great tips. Here's a breakdown:

1. Gather your tools. You’ll need a pair of scissors (or sharp knife), waste bin, clean water, and a vase.

2. Open the box and carefully remove the bunch, leaving the protective cardboard sleeve on. We put an incredible amount of care into packing your roses so that they make the trip safe and sound. Each bunch is carefully secured within this sleeve so that there’s no jostling or bumping around, which could cause petal bruising.

3. Trim the stems about 1/2 inch from the bottom at a 45-degree angle, and hydrate for 20 minutes. When your flowers first arrive, it’s important to get them hydrated as soon as possible, so you can leave the cardboard on for this part. It’s natural for stems to begin to harden as a defense from being cut away from the rosebush. Trimming the stems immediately revitalizes the flower’s ability to draw in water, which will help preserve the visual freshness of each bloom.

Water is essential for roses to keep their petals looking luscious and strong, and trimming at an angle can help them absorb water faster. It’s completely natural for roses to lose some of their moisture during transit, so don’t worry if your flowers aren’t quite ready for photos when they first arrive! Thirsty flowers can regain their form with a little quality hydration.

4. Carefully remove the cardboard. Woo-hoo! Finally, a glimpse of the beautiful blooms! But we’re not done yet…

5. Remove damaged petals. Guard petals protect the rose and may be bruised. In rare occasions, tiny brown spots (botrytis) may be present on exterior petals. For longer-lasting roses, pluck off bruised or damaged petals to reveal a perfect, healthy bloom.

6. Fill the vase with fresh water, and add nutrients. We can’t stress this part enough – clear, fresh water is absolutely essential for fresh roses to live a long life. In addition to providing fresh water with flower food from the get-go, it’s best to change the water every 2-3 days to prolong the life of your roses.

7. Double-check to make sure all stems are freshly trimmed, and remove any low-hanging leaves that may come into contact with the vase water. Almost there!

8. Arrange your masterpiece. Here’s where the magic happens! Get inspiration from our social media pages for making beautiful floral arrangements with your own personal touch.


- Keep your bouquet at cool room temperature and out of direct sunlight.

- Change the water frequently; every 2 days is best!

- Never grab flowers by the petals when arranging your bouquet. Instead, gently grab flowers by the stem, which is more supportive.