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Roses with Gypsophila & Greens | Send Flowers to India from USA, UK, Australia, etc

Let the fresh lovely red roses and gypsophila with greens add charm to any occasion and festival. With this beautiful bunch of flowers, you can convey your healtfelt emotions and feelings to your loved ones in India. There are 20 long stem red roses coupled with gypophila. However, it is the green which adds more elegance to the enitre bunch. The green, white and red net with the gree and red colored ribbon provides the bunch an ethereal tocuh. With other Gifts to India, you can send this lovely flower bunch through

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