Photos taken while walking the pups or just wandering around the streets of San Francisco
Floral Friday Fotos
oh my gosh, is that for real? Simply beautiful, I love it.
I think somehow they were colored, but I have no idea how they did it. These were outside a floral shop. I’ll stop in and ask next time I walk by.
Sorry I like their natural color better, if these are real roses:)
They are real roses. Not sure if you read the other comments, but I will ask the flower shop next time I walk by, how they did this. Yes, natural is better, but these are uniquely beautiful too.
So very beautiful, Julianne!
Well that’s one way to get a blue rose! I suspect they use some kind of dye in the water that the flower drinks up? Not sure how that works with the multi-coloured roses though. I am intrigued.
They’re very pretty. I wonder how they did it?
Reblogged this on aksharaalu – Best Collections.
Can’t wait to hear if you find out how they color these. I know that a few years ago my boys colored some carnations and they added color dyes to the water, which goes up through the stems – and voila! but not sure how they would do the rainbow color like that- maybe topical (tech these days)
anyhow, very fun flower photo.
I knew of the colored water dyes. That’s how they did the deep violet ones. Today I stopped by and asked about the rainbow roses, and the florist said that the supplier splits the stems and then soaks each split in different colored water creating the separate petal colors! I may just have to try that myself one day! 🙂
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