You’re Invited! Grab your passport – we’re taking you on a journey to a new fresh flower experience!
Imagine a world where you receive weekly deliveries of designer blossoms and can rest easy knowing they are going to be recovered for the most eco-responsible disposal experience. As part of Repeat Roses’ sustainable floral design and signature zero-waste service, you can now participate in a true give back to People and Planet.
After you’ve enjoyed your flowers for a week, we’ll replace them with the new Passports™ style. What happens to the blooms we remove? Anything viable will be donated to one of our partner community organizations to be enjoyed for a few more days before being collected for composting and recycling.
Discover a world of beautiful blooms and a fashion-forward color palette inspired by the runway, travel, art, pop culture and design. We’ll share our recipe for style on social media and welcome you to a more sustainable flower experience. All smiles, zero-waste.
How Passports subscriptions work:
Each subscription’s exclusive Passports™ design is available in Small, Medium, Large.
Floral selection is based on seasonal market availability and native blooms whenever possible.
Pricing includes delivery and weekly reminder communication.
Your arrangement arrives in a Repeat Roses tote bag you can use to later to pack up your blooms and vessel so that we can replace it with a fresh order each week.
Any viable blooms that can be used in our signature repurposing service will go on to bring a spot of joy to one of our neighbors in need. All remaining blooms will be composted and the vase will be recycled back into our inventory system.
Enjoy courtesy pricing and save more when you subscribe.
This week's Passports kicks off the new decade in style with a bright and cheerful symbol for a good year ahead: the cheerful, vibrant kumquat, a popular fruit and floral decoration designed for good luck and prosperity. Paired with white lilies, peach garden and spray roses, white ranunculus, navy privet berries and delicate white scabiosa, we ask: what better way to say "New Year, New You" than on a note of kindness to all that is ahead in 2020? Happy New Year!