Flowers at weddings are beautiful—but their beauty doesn’t have to end there. People donate to Repeat Roses, who picks up the flowers, re-purposes them, and drops them off at hospices, hospitals and nursing homes, where they conjure needed smiles on patients’ faces.
And then Repeat Roses takes it one step further–a week later, they pick up the flowers and compost them, saving them from the garbage.
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY.
Spread smiles to those in need. On your behalf, we deliver beautifully refreshed flower bouquets and arrangements to residents and patients in hospitals, cancer treatment centers, nursing homes, hospice care and shelter facilities.
Together, we can bring kindness and make a positive impact in communities across the country. From our headquarters in New York City to Los Angeles, California and all points in between.
GIVING BACK TO NATURE
Your contribution keeps on giving; farmers, growers, and the environment will likewise benefit. Utilizing our zero-waste service ensures that your event plan is eco-responsible. Weddings and events generate an average 400 to 600 pounds of waste that ends up in landfills. Floral arrangements make up a significant portion of it.
Organic waste that is buried in a landfill cannot decompose quickly. Instead, it emits environmentally harmful methane (CH4) gas. According to the US EPA, CH4 is the second most prevalent greenhouse gas emitted in the United States from human activities. Pound for pound, the comparative impact of CH4 on climate change is over 20 times greater than CO2 over a 100-year period.
Composting your recovered wedding and event flower waste reduces CH4 and creates supercharged soil amendments that are later utilized by farmers and landscapers.
COMPLETING THE FLORAL LIFE CYCLE
Utilizing the Repeat Roses service will touch the lives of many, with effects extending far beyond your immediate circle and those ballroom doors. Bring joy to those who need it most. Allow flowers to complete their organic lifecycle. Support sustainability efforts by eliminating harmful emissions and creating compost for our nation’s growers.