"Come and Experience the only Flower Market in the

Rio Grande Valley"


At Southern Roots Flower Market, you are the designer.

Flustered with the typical flower shop experience: having your flowers picked for you and not by you? Come give us a visit, and experience the opportunity to make your design uniquely one of a kind.

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The Journey of our Roses

Cayambe provides optimal conditions to grow our premium flowers with outstanding color, durability and size.

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Our roses are of the highest Ecuadorian quality. Our farms are located in Cayambe, Ecuador just south of the Capital City "Quito". In having such a close proximity to the equator and at 9,000 ft above sea level.

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Our flowers receive direct rays from the sun, fresh water from the mountain tops, and are grown in fertile volcanic soil which provides the richest of nutrients to grow flowers of the highest quality.


Common Care Tips for Succulents

Come visit us and adopt your baby cactus today!

Echeveria Peacockii Succulent

Echeveria Peacockii

Remove dead leaves from the bottom as it grows. Never let water sit in the rosette as it can cause rot or fungal diseases that will kill the plant.

Aristaloe Aristata Succulet

Aristaloe Aristata

Prefers well-drained soils, but tolerate a range rainfall. Requires very little maintenance, making it an ideal choice for novice.

Aloe Nobilis Succulent

Aloe Nobilis

Easily grown in full sun or light shade. Water moderately when in growth. Drought tolerant.

Ferocactus Echidne Succulent

Ferocactus Echidne

Require full sun, little water, and good drainage. Cannot tolerate freezing temperatures for extended periods.

Fresh Flower Care Tips

So, you just had flowers delivered to you, now what?

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Keep flowers away from extreme temperatures, which can quickly dry out the flowers and cause wilting. Do not place your arrangement near fruit or in the path of cigarette smoke. The ethylene gas is detrimental to many flower types.

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Keep your vase filled with water! All flower and foliage stems should be submerged. If your flowers came in a basket or other container with foam, add fresh water every day. Immediately remove dead or wilting leaves and stems from fresh flowers.

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Avoid placing flower arrangements in windowsills and other areas with full sun where flowers can wilt due to overheating. Most flowers will last longer under cool conditions.

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When water gets cloudy, first remove any dead or dying flowers. After removing the good flowers, clean the vase thoroughly with soapy water to remove any bacteria. Cut stems with a sharp knife at an angle about one inch from the bottom for better intake.