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Rose Colors

I have gathered this information over the years and thought it was interesting. Others may add to it, (I hope you do) because there are also meanings to the various other flowers and combinations you can give and receive. I just think this is interesting. To me, since I know this exists, it is like choosing words. And just as there are certain ways to arrange words on the page to form the music of the soul we call poetry, so too could these be arranged to speak, except that I don’t think this is a standard, just as some will tell you that words and their meanings are not standard, which, by the way, is so much hooey. Words should have concrete meanings and I am mortified if I grossly misuse a word. I might, however, accept that words evolve, just as this list evolved.

Don’t worry, I have NO intention of becoming a florist, but don’t you think this is interesting? Is it the same in other countries, and all over the world?

Nope, I don’t use this guide for my wife, mainly because she is deathly allergic to roses and to send her even one would be catastrophic. It would be the exact opposite of what it means to everyone else.

One last thing, this list is not my own, but a compilation I have gathered over time from various sources.

The Meaning of Rose Colors

Single in any color — Simplicity and gratitude

White — Purity and Tranquility. The white rose has always expressed qualities beyond the physical — love beyond the body, love of the soul. The white rose is sometimes called “the flower of light.” Purity, innocence, silence, secrecy, reverence, humility, youthfulness, innocence, I am worthy of you, heavenly and charm

White (Bridal) — Happy love

Red — Love, beauty, courage and respect, romantic love, congratulations, I Love You, job well done, sincere love, respect, courage & passion

Red (Dark) — Unconscious beauty

Red (Single) — “I Love You”

Red and White — Given together, these signify unity

Red Rosebud — Symbolic of purity and loveliness

White Rosebud — Symbolic of girlhood

Thorn-less Rose — Signifies “Love at first sight”

Pink — Appreciation, “Thank you”, grace, perfect happiness, and admiration, happiness, gracefulness, gentleness, please believe me

Dark Pink — Appreciation, gratitude, thank you

Light Pink — Admiration, sympathy, gentleness, grace, gladness, joy and sweetness

Yellow — Joy, gladness, friendship, delight, the promise of a new beginning, welcome back, remember me, “I care” and jealousy

Yellow with Red Tip — Friendship, falling in love

Orange — Desire, and enthusiasm

Peach — Closing of the deal, let’s get together

Coral — Desire

Lavender — Love at first sight and enhancement

Orange — Enthusiasm, desire and fascination

Black — Death

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