Rose Wholesalers, Rose Growers, Wedding Flowers, Rose Suppliers
QUICK ROSES SEARCH
Boon Roses – Melbourne's Premier Rose Suppliers
Boon Roses is a family owned and operated supplier for wholesale roses and bridal flowers that is now heading into its third generation. As one of Melbourne’s leading rose suppliers and producers of wholesale flowers in Australia, we specialise in wedding flowers, roses, and bouquets. We also grow premiums roses for vases and stunning sprays roses for weddings and general display.
For the past 35 years, we’ve built our name on our year around blooms and customer service. We pride ourselves on our unique dedication to providing Australia with beautiful blooms that have excellent vase life and are perfect for all occasions. We deliver to florist shops, sellers of wholesale roses, and other retail businesses in Melbourne six days a week.
If you want more information on the wholesale varieties we're currently growing, call us on (03) 5943 2395 or email us.
A Favourite Choice for Wedding Flowers, Roses, and More…
We feel it is important to keep up with colour trends in the wedding and bridal flowers trade to ensure you have access to the latest bouquet creations.
With a range of 52 varieties, we are constantly trialling new wedding varieties, noting their vase life, shape, size, colour, resistance to disease, production capabilities and transportability.
As one of the most respected producers of wedding flowers, roses, and more in Melbourne, we’re dedicated to being on the cutting edge in varieties.
While all of our varieties are available for weddings, we’ve found the most popular to include the following:
- Whites, like the Advance and Gletsjer
- Creams, like the Metalina
- Pinks, from the Antique and Talea, to Hot Lips
Some of our more popular bridal varieties sell out quickly, so please order 2 weeks in advance to make sure your preferred choice is available.
It is our commitment to the industry that makes us the first choice for wedding bouquets in Australia. We enjoy receiving pictures of the splendid bridal creations that have been put together by our florist customers.
To see what wholesale flowers we stock, call our rose suppliers, on (03) 5943 2395 or email us.
To find out the nearest florist who carries our varieties near you, click here.
A Family Business of Wholesale Flowers in Australia
We were established 35 years ago, growing mixed seasonal flowers to satisfy the retail markets of Melbourne, Australia. C & A Boon & Sons grew carnations as its main line; they began with an assortment of other flowers to complement the carnations, which we soon discovered were a better line to grow.
As weddings were fast becoming important to us we sourced out varieties that would be perfect bridal flowers. Our first glasshouse was built in the early seventies with timber posts and timber roof trusses to extend the natural season. Soon, we acquired a boiler to produce blooms and offer wholesale flowers all year round.
These days we have 5 hectares of state of the art glasshouses all environmentally controlled by computers. As Melbourne's premier rose suppliers, we produce between 5 and 6 million stems per year in a variety of colours.
A large part of our business is catering for weddings with a range of white, pink, and cream flowers and shades in between. As Melbourne’s specialist in wholesale roses and bridal flowers we aim to be leaders in our industry. Our years of experience within the industry put us in good stead to cater for all your needs.
For a list of our wholesale roses Australia wide, call 03 5943 2395 today.
In Victorian times the rose meant jealousy. Maybe our thoughts have changed. Today it is given as a sign of friendship, sometimes as a sign of sympathy.
It is the rose of familiar love and domestic happiness. The yellow rose of Texas is the only rose for me.
Loyalty, penetrating and platonic love. Able to captivate secret thought, love stronger than death. In England there is a saying about the white rose referring to the sub rosa, death to him who under my secrecy betrays his oath.
In Scotland when the white rose bloomed in autumn it was seen as a token of early marriage. The rose of confession, the bridal rose, the rose of servitude. Can be otherworldly.
Purple adds enchantment. Can be transcendental. Possible need to proceed cautiously.
The priests wear lavender during lent, a time of discretion. Purple can indicate opulence or majesty.