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Rose was created by Chloris, the Greek goddess of flowers. One day she found a lifeless body of a nymph in the woods. She asked for the help from Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who gave her beauty; Dionysus, the god of wine, bestowed nectar to give her a sweet scent, and the three Graces gave her charm, brightness and joy.

Then the West Wind, Zephyr, blew the clouds away and the Sun god Apollo shone upon her, making the Rose bloom. Let your love blossom with special valentine roses. Spread the fragrance of your love with exotic valentine roses. A rose is believed to be the most beautiful gift that you can present to your lover.

Valentine roses are available in various colors. Each color has a different meaning. The color of a rose signifies the strength and depth of your relationship with the one you want to give it to. Valentine Roses are available in colors such as red, white, pink, yellow, peach, black (deep red), orange or coral, lavender and blue. These roses convey a hidden message with their colors to the recipient. Click here, to send Valentine Roses to your beloved.

Check out what each color symbolizes and choose the one that best expresses what you want to convey to the one you love.

White Rose = Innocence, Purity, Secrecy, Reverence, Worthiness
Red Rose = Passion, Love, Respect, Courage, Congratulations
Pink Rose = Happiness, Romance, Admiration, Sweetness
Yellow Rose = Welcome or Welcome Back, Friendship, Caring, Joy
Peach Rose = Gratitude, Appreciation, Sincerity, Modesty
Orange or Coral Rose = Desire, Enthusiasm, Pride
Lavender Rose = Deep Adoration, Majestic, Opulent
Blue Rose = Impossible, Unattainable
Black Rose = New Beginnings, Rebirth

Pure White Roses

It is a symbol of truth and innocence. They are also great for feelings of loneliness. If you miss someone, express it through this white rose. And if you want to compliment someone on her serene beauty, then also this white rose will say, "You're heavenly."

Coral Roses
Coral roses are known for their deep pink color signifying desire and passion.





Peach Roses
Peach roses speak of appreciation, gratitude, and also sympathy. You can send this Valentine rose to a close friend or a family member.




Yellow Roses
It means friendship and freedom. You shouldn't send this rose if you have romantic feelings for someone. Yellow roses are also a perfect choice for sending congratulations to newlyweds, graduates, new mothers.



Combined Roses
Now we know what roses of different colors mean. But do we know what a combination of differnt colors would mean? Take a look!




White Roses + Yellow Roses
This combination is a symbol of harmony and peace. So on this Valentine Day if this is the thought in your mind then prepare a small bunch of white and yellow roses.




Red Roses + Yellow Roses
When you combine these two beautiful Valentine roses you get happiness and celebration. These roses are perfect for wedding anniversaries or for celebrating a long-time relationship with your sweetheart.



Red Roses + White Roses
The combination of these two dynamic roses indicates bonding and harmony. On this Valentine Day you can present these roses to your wife or hubby.





Rose Symbolism

When thinking of presenting roses to someone, we usually buy a big bouquet to express our feelings. But sometimes what a single rose can do, a bouquet cannot do. On this Valentine Day, break away from the traditional myths of Valentine roses and try these Valentine rose options as well.

Single Red Rose - "I love you"

Single Rose Any Color - "I thank you"

Two Roses Entwined - An engagement or marriage is at hand.



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