English Boxes

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The English Box typically calls for six blooms, exhibited in two rows of three blooms each.  However, boxes of 12, 18, or 24 blooms are sometimes seen. Any type of rose may be exhibited n an English Box as specified in the show schedule. A variety of bloom combinations may be required. Foliage is not permitted unless permitted or required by the show schedule.


The American Box is a variation that calls for 9 blooms arranged in a geometric pattern.


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