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The Meaning Behind the Different Colors of Roses

 

Every rose means something a little different. As you’re making your selections for Valentine’s Day, you’ll want to keep each color’s symbolism in mind. Fortunately, we will provide you with the following helpful guide so that you can easily choose the roses that hold the most symbolism for your friends, family and loved ones.

 

Single Colors

 

 

Mixed or Blended Colors

 

Sometimes a rose of one color isn’t enough to say what you mean. You’re free to mix and match Valentine’s roses as much as you like, but keep in mind that some combinations have meanings all their own. For instance, a bouquet of red and white roses represents unity, which makes this combination a wonderful choice for someone who has been by your side through the years. A mixture of red and yellow roses represents happiness, and when you give yellow roses with orange or red tips, you’re telling that person that your feelings of friendship are turning to into love.

 

This Valentine’s Day, find the perfect roses to express your feelings at Billy Heroman’s Flowers & Gifts. Browse our website to see a variety of delightful arrangements or stop in at one of our three locations to see roses in every color of the rainbow!