Monday, January 18, 2016

Farm-grown roses from JustFreshRoses.com [giveaway]

Valentine's Day is coming and JustFreshRoses.com wants to help make your life (and shopping) easier.

If you've ever shopped for flowers online, then you know it's a pain. Roses in particular are expensive, even more so around Valentine's Day, and the order process is often a long and complicated one.

Just Fresh Roses was created to make it not complicated. It's a one-page ordering process with the bare necessities to complete an order. Say goodbye to the 8-step process you encounter with other sites. And Just Fresh Roses is priced competitively and very affordable.

Freedom variety

The family business has been growing the most stunning roses on their farm for three generations. They have a passion for roses and the stories of love and friendship that each ones tells.

Queen Elizabeth variety

Their goal is to provide only the most elegant roses from our family farm direct to your loved ones heart. With a selection of 11 exquisite varieties, you're bound to find one that you love. Queen Elizabeth, shown above, is one of my favorites - a nice color, but not too bold.

The online order form is so effortless. You get free shipping and no additional fees (we all hate those fees, don't we?). Just fresh roses! The roses are delivered as two bouquets of 25 each. Simply select the two varieties you like. And it's $50 for 50 roses with free shipping remember - you can't beat that price.

Blush variety - reminds me of bacon

So let's give away some flowers, shall we?! Just Fresh Roses is graciously offering a bouquet of 50 roses (two varieties of your choice) to one lucky Giveaway Guy reader. This is the perfect gift with Valentine's Day around the corner.

Enter to win using the Rafflecopter form below. You may share on Twitter once a day for extra points for the duration of the giveaway.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


By entering this giveaway you agree to join the JustFreshRoses.com newsletter. Open to users in the U.S. only. One winner will be randomly selected via Rafflecopter, which I will contact by email after entries are verified. The winner will have 24 hours to respond, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary product in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.


47 comments:

  1. I learned that the roses come as 50 Stunning Roses for $50 with free delivery and quality is guareenteed.

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  2. Fresh roses delivered straight from the farmer... i like that.

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  3. As a poor college student, I would love to win these and send them to my mother who lives on the other side of the country.

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  4. I knew that roses came in some pretty colors but I've never seen anything as gorgeous as Mohana, Circus, and Blush. Although none remind me of bacon lol! I was surprised at the price, I always imagined 50 roses was waaay beyond my budget.

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  5. You have been growing roses on your farm for three generations! Also for $50 you get 50 roses! That is amazing! I love the Versilia roses and the coolwater!

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  6. I learned they've been growing these beautiful roses for 3 generations. They are so prettySo!

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  7. Betsy Rubendall Barnes
    bbpinktaz60 (at) gmail (dot) com

    I learned that Just Fresh Roses are cut to order and do not sit in cold storage like the majority of roses :)

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  8. I learned the roses are cut to order.

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  9. I learned you get free shipping! and its $50 for 50 roses

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  10. Justroses has been growing roses for over 3 generations!

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  11. 3 generations and they are shipped right from their farm no cold storage

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  12. I love that they are cut to order. Many times roses are bulk harvested and then stored!

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  13. I learned they have been in business for three generations.

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  14. I learned that surprisingly this is a better deal then the brick & mortar shop I frequent!

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  15. I like that they don't have a pricing surge during the holidays like Valentine's Day. Thank you!!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Growing these beautiful flowers for three generations.

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  17. I learned my favorite rose has a name. It is called Circus.

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  18. I learned that the family has been growing roses for 3 generations.

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  19. Three generations worth of knowledge in growing rose. Who wouldn't buy from that?

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  20. Would love to win for my wonderful wife.

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  21. Roses are usually very expensive so seeing that they were only $1 a piece is a good deal plus there is no shipping charges.

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  22. I learned that they grow the roses on their farm

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  23. I learned they have many varieties. I like the one called Circus.

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  24. I learned they have many varieties. I like the one called Circus.

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  25. I learned that they come directly from the family that grows them

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  26. The family that grows them sells them and ships them.

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  27. They have so many gorgeous designs I like it is a family owned and operated business. The mohana is so pretty with yellow and pinks mixed

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  28. I learned that they have many satisfied customers.
    lorenalke@yahoo.com

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  29. Many exquisite rose varieties are offered.

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  30. Wide variety of roses for special events.

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  31. Help is offered for all your rose needs.

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  32. Easy to order 50 Stunning Roses for $50

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  33. Many elegant roses from a family farm direct to loved ones heart.

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  34. Family has been growing the most stunning roses on their farm for three generations

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  35. I learned you get two bouquets of 25 each for fifty dollars.

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  36. I learned that the family has been growing the most stunning roses on our farm for three generations.

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  37. I learned that Our goal is to provide only the most elegant roses from our family farm direct to your loved ones heart.

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  38. I learned that the family has been growing roses for 3 generations.

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  39. I learned that these Roses are cut to order and not stored in cold storage.

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  40. I learned that the family has been growing the roses for 3 generations.

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  41. I learned they have been growing roses on their farm for three generations! That's a long time!

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  42. The roses are shipped straight from the farm Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  43. I learned that their Roses are cut to order. They don't sit in cold storage like the majority of roses

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  44. I learned that there is Free Shipping. No Added Fees. Just Fresh Roses!

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  45. I am in love with the Freedom rose!

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I'm Seth, owner of the Giveaway Guy blog. I live in the suburbs outside of Boston with my wife and have a career in SEO. I enjoy writing reviews and entering giveaways in my spare time.
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