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Roses colors and it's meaning
Roses are one of the beautiful creations. We gaved flowers to our lovedones, friends, in every occasions. It is important for us to take a look at it's meaning. Here's the list of Flower colors and it's meanings.
Flower Type Meanings
The following is an extensive list of flower types and the meanings sentiment they portray. Included in the list are the meaning of roses.
The red rose stands for love, Beauty, Courage and Respect, Romantic Love, Congratulations, “I Love You”, “Job Well Done”, Sincere Love, Respect, Courage & Passion.
The red dark rose stands for Unconscious beauty.
The red single rose stands for “I Love You”.
The white rose stands for Purity, Innocence, Silence, Secrecy, Reverence, Humility, Youthfulness, “I am worthy of you”, Heavenly.
The white (Bridal) rose stands for Happy love.
The red rose stands for Appreciation, “Thank you”, Grace, Perfect Happiness, Admiration, Gentleness, “Please Believe Me”.
The dark pink rose stands for Appreciation, Gratitude, “Thank You”.
The light pink rose stands for Admiration, Sympathy, Gentleness, Grace, Gladness, Joy, Sweetness.
The yellow rose stands for Joy, Gladness, Friendship, Delight, Promise of a new beginning, Welcome Back, Remember Me.
Yellow with Red Tip
The yellow with red rose stands for Friendship, Falling in Love.
The orange rose stands for Desire, Enthusiasm, Fascination.
Red and White
The red and white rose stands for Given together, these signify unity.
Red and Yellow
The red and yellow rose stands for Jovial and Happy Feelings.
The peach stands for Appreciation, Closing the deal, Let's get together, Sincerity, Gratitude.
The pale peach stands for Modesty.
The coral stands for Desire.
The lavender stands for Love at first sight, Enchantment.
The black rose stands for Death, Farewell.
The blue rose stands for The unattainable, the impossible.
Single in any color
The single in any color stands for Simplicity, Gratitude
Cut Flower Care
Follow these simple suggestions to get the most out of your flower purchase!
Hydration is the key when it comes to flower longevity and bacteria is the enemy. As your flowers age, bacteria accumulates at the cut end of the stem and blocks the uptake of water into the flower. As the flow of water slows, the flower starts to dry and wilt and die. Here's what you can do to help:
Cool your flowers
Cooler temperatures slow the growth of bacteria and the related breakdown of plant tissues.
Re-cut stems regularly
Re-cut your stems (take about 1/2 inch off) right before you put them in water - this ensures that there aren't any air bubbles in the stem tissue that could block water uptake. Re-cutting stems also exposes clean tissue - uncluttered by bacteria.
Change vase water often
Flowers don't want to drink bacteria-water. Lift your stems out of the vase, change the water (add flower food to the new water if available) and recut your flower stems just before putting them back into water. Do this every other day and you can double the life of your flowers.
Flowers in foam
Some arrangements are assembled in floral foam where re-cutting stems isn't feasible. Make sure your stems are seated firmly in the foam (heavier flowers like hydrangeas sometimes wiggle loose) and simply add water daily.