“Due to their sensitive nature, production of premium scented roses is not easy,” admits Uhuru Flowers MD Ivan Freeman. “That is why we have to be extra careful not only during the production process but also in the Cold Chain management so that the roses reach the final consumer in top notch quality.”
Uhuru Flowers maintains consistent production throughout the year and exports directly to wholesalers in 63 countries around the world. This covers Asia, Scandinavia, Russia, Middle East and Europe. Check out some of the scented roses grown by Uhuru Flowers that we reckon would be a superb addition to that wedding floral arrangement.
With a classic garden rose shape, White O’Hara has a large head and quartered petals. The rose opens fully to reveal an attractive scent and a distinctive ivory color in the center. White O’Hara is bred by Georges Delbard and stays at the vase for an average 7 days.
A deep purple color and strong attractive fragrance are two main things that set the rose Mamy Blue apart. At 2,600m Uhuru Flowers grows this flower with an average 60-80cm stemlength.
We thought this to be the ultimate bridal pink… what do you think? Pink O’Hara has a nice garden rose shape complete with 4 hearts and an attractive scent. She is also known to have a decent vaselife of at least 7 days.
Scenta is a large head bi-colored rose with great fragrance. It has a good combination of lilac and beige , with a stemlength of average 40-60cm. Scenta is a variety by Dümmen Orange.
Vitality is a large flowered white De Ruiter variety with good fragrance and a hint of cream at the center. We especially loved the slightly ruffled petals that give it a unique shape. Vitality has an average vaselife of 7days.
Mayra’s Rose has a great shape and a light fragrance. This pink rose bred by Plantas Continental opens fully at the vase.
Uhuru Flowers at a Glance