All about Roses
Roses, one of the earliest flowers known to man, symbolize love, magic, hope, and
passion. The rose represents ultimate beauty and perfection. The name "rose"
comes from the Latin word rosa, which means "red," but roses come in many
different colors including red, pink, yellow, peach, and white. To date, botanists have
identified and classified 200 wild species of roses.
Nebuchadnezzar used roses to decorate his palace, and they were grown for their perfume
oil in Persia. The Greeks associated roses with the blood of Aphrodite's beloved Adonis,
and the Romans used so many roses in feasts and orgies that there is at least one case of
guests being suffocated by rose petals falling from the ceiling.
Our interpretation of different colors of
But please remember that any color rose expresses love and
Red roses mean love and respect. No wonder red roses have always been able
to deeply touch so many hearts. Have you ever touched a red rose petal and felt the
velvety softness, the electrifying and refreshing sense created by your very touch upon
the this delicate flower petal? If you have, your memories will reflect enchantment. The
sensation is unforgettable and romantic feelings are always triggered.
Pink roses suggest joy, grace, and poetic romance. A dazzling
concoction of delightfully blossomed light pink rose buds adds style and elegance to any
setting. Pinks roses say it's time to be frivolous and time for indulgence.
White roses signify innocence and secrecy. Imagine a light breeze
from the ocean, delightfully irresistible and unpredictable.
Yellow roses have come to signify the combination of feelings of
friendship and joy. Capture the heart of your special someone with an alluring, dramatic
arrangement of these delightful and gorgeous yellow roses or convey a message of intense
and strong feeling of joy.
Peach roses reflect desire and excitement. The peach rose means that
love is anxiously budding, you need to hurry to catch up to romance!
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