• As a red rose remains the popular Valentine's Day gift but the price is pushed higher due to a big demand, many people especially youths are shopping for single roses rather than bouquets.

Lovers switch to single roses from bouquets after jump in Valentine’s prices

Breaking News February 13, 2019 18:00

By Nopporn Thathan,
Chompunuch Wutthima
The Nation

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The price of roses had doubled from that of the past two years just days ahead of this year’s Valentine’s Day, vendors in Phayao said on Wednesday, while their counterparts in Chiang Mai echoed their observation, citing that the popular Valentine’s gift was retailing for Bt70, up substantially from last year’s Bt50.

Flower shops in Phayao’s Muang district said they had received fewer orders for rose bouquets compared to the two previous Valentine's Day celebration of love.

Having seen a 50 per cent drop in rose bouquet orders, Sasirpreeya Songsi, owner of Sasi Florist Shop in tambon Ban Tom, said suppliers were selling roses at nearly double the price of recent years – for Bt300-Bt350 per set or Bt20 per rose.

 The jump was due to the expected high demand, said Sasirpreeya, along with the hot, cold and rainy February weather conditions that caused roses to grow slowly and to be less beautiful. 

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