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Rose colours & meanings

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Classic and elegant, roses have been used for hundreds of years to send heartfelt messages and continue to be the most popular flower on Valentine’s Day.

Each coloured rose is known to carry its own meaning and significance, here’s our top three:

  • Red: represents true love and enduring passion, ideal for anniversaries and romantic occasions
  • Pink: represents admiration and happiness, perfect for a new romantic interest or friend
  • Orange: represents attraction and conveys a message of friendship and love together

You can also mix rose colours like red and pink, to express combined meanings like happiness and love…

Call our friendly florists to put together a meaningful Valentine’s Day bouquet!