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Valentine’s Day: Rose color language


A rose is not just a rose. The symbolism of rose colors is steeped in tradition. These flowers inspired people over thousands of years to develop a language of color – flower meaning dictionaries were quite popular during the Victorian.

When you choose a color, you are personalizing your gift with deeper sentiment.Rose color meaning

Use this guide to help communicate your feelings if you give flowers this Valentine’s Day:

Red roses – Love

Burgundy (red dark) roses – Unconscious beauty

Pink roses – Grace, Appreciation, Thank You

Purple roses – Enchantment

White roses – A heart unacquainted with love

Peach roses – Modesty

Orange roses – Fascination, Desire

Yellow roses – Infidelity

Yellow with Red tip roses – Friendship, Falling in love

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