The Language Of Roses
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet," says Juliet after realizing that she fell in love with an enemy. This is a famous line from Shakespeare and it signifies the popularity of roses even in the olden times. Everywhere you go, roses are traditional favorites - they symbolize love and beauty. It is commonly sent as a gift to friends and families and for many people, the colors of the rose you send to someone can mean something.
Using Red France Roses in Weddings
The Red France variety of roses is the true red rose. You won't be able to find these blossoming in the wild; this flower is carefully cultivated and grown by Philippine rose growers to achieve this unique, blood red color. Compared to other roses, this rose has higher petal count and a large head size, making it perfect for a lavish bouquet or as a single long stemmed gift for the woman you love.
Valentines Will Always Be About Roses
Roses and Valentines are two things that have long been associated with love, affection, passion, red, hearts, dinners, and of course money. Seriously speaking, have you (like me) ever wondered why every the “red letter day” of the year cue roses in? Sure, there are thousands of other more original, stunning, and beautiful gifts in the market but roses just seem to win over this battle year after year.
The Most Popular Rose Varieties
The rose, being the most popular garden and cut plant, has over 20,000 cultivars in the Northern Hemisphere alone. This number originates from a conservative figure of only 150-200 species of wild roses. Fossil specimens found in both Colorado and Oregon show that roses have been growing for more than 30 million years to date. More fossil specimens were found in North Africa and are said to be at least 4,000 years old. Variant wise, only five of the massive figures above cut as the most popular: the Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, Grandiflora, Climber, and Miniature roses.