Roses

Since ancient times, roses have been associated with love and beauty and the different colour of the rose given also has traditional, symbolic meanings. For example, red roses are believed to represent a very true passionate love, explaining their popularity around Valentine’s Day. White roses suggest a pure love and when combined with red roses also they can mean unity. Yellow roses are believed to signify friendship, or joy in combinations with red. Lavender and blue roses can be given to represent love at first sight and pink for grace and beauty.


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