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A Dozen Roses Delivered

Order a dozen roses from ProFlowers today and warm the heart of a loved one. Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, a birthday, an anniversary or any other occasion, a dozen roses never disappoints.

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How much is a dozen red roses?

Here at ProFlowers, we have a number of different beautiful, hand-arranged blooms available, from lavender flowers to rose bouquets. For our rose bouquets, they range in price depending on several factors, such as the type of rose you're looking for, what kind of add-ons you want and whether or not you desire a vase. If you just want a basic bouquet, you can get a dozen roses for less than $50 when you shop with us!

What does one dozen (12) roses mean?

In many cultures, 12 is a number that represents completion. For instance, our annual calendar consists of 12 months-once those months pass, a full year has been completed. As for the roses, white roses, pink roses and red roses all have different meanings. However, red roses are the most popular and typically signify love and appreciation.

So, when you send someone 12 red roses, you're essentially saying something along the lines of, "Your love completes me." While a dozen roses are often used as a romantic gesture, it can apply to any relationship where there's a loving connection.

How to have one dozen roses delivered?

With ProFlowers, getting one dozen roses delivered is the easy part! Just pick out the roses you like on our website, tell us where and when to deliver them and we'll take it from there. We'll deliver a dozen fresh roses directly to your doorstep at the date of your choosing—all it takes is a few clicks!

How long do a dozen roses last?

Typically, a dozen roses should last you about one week. However, you may be able to extend their lifespan by properly caring for them. To make your dozen roses last longer, make sure to cut their stems, place them in a vase, keep them out of direct sunlight and prune them as needed. Remember to switch out the water in the vase every few days. For an extra boost, add a little flower food.