Terra Cotta Rose

Terra Cotta rose that is in high demand due to its modern color and shape.

A fresh novelty rose, Terracotta is unlike any other rose. Its deep burnt orange petals open into a captivating cup-shaped bloom with graceful edges. This incredible brown-orange-rust colored rose would be a memorable addition to any wedding bouquet, table centerpiece or autumn flower arrangement

Meaning of Terracotta

Terracotta, Terra cotta or Terra-cotta (Italian: “baked earth”,from the Latin terra cotta), a type of earthenware, is a clay-based unglazed or glazed ceramic, where the fired body is porous. Its uses include vessels (notably flower pots), water and waste water pipes, bricks, and surface embellishment in building construction, along with sculpture such as the Terracotta Army and Greek terracotta figurines. The term is also used to refer to items made out of this material and to its natural, brownish orange color, which varies considerably

Color: Deep burnt orange
Vase Life:7-10 days, depending on care and handling
Availability: Available year round
Buds: Medium bud, Medium petal count, Opens fully
Average Length: Available in 40-70 cm
Packing: Bunch of 25 stems, Quarter box

Terra cotta (terracotta) is a cross between brown and orange. Throughout history, terra cotta has been used to make pottery, bricks and sculptures.

Colors That Compliment Terra Cotta

For terracotta, which is generally a burnt-orange color, the color of patina is often considered a complimentary color..
Anything in the turquoise, blue-green, to olive drab range would work really well.
For an analogous color scheme, you would stick with the warm yellow or red-based colors that epitomize fall hues. So a really golden yellow or brick red.
If your terra cotta leans more toward an earthy brown color than orange, you might stick with colors like burnt sienna, amber, and sepia for an analogous scheme.
For a monochromatic scheme, find a ranged paint chip that matches your terra cotta and use the colors on that chip. This would most likely include colors like apricot, peach, mahogany, and chestnut.”

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