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Red Roses Red Roses
Red roses are the ultimate symbol of romantic love and enduring passion. Representing true love stronger than thorns, red roses are known universally as the lover's roses. Red roses not only convey romantic love, but also sincere love for a friend or relative. These bold blooms also offer congratulations and convey beauty, courage, respect, and creative spirit of love. Valentine's Day would hardly exist without this bold and dramatic bloom. Dark red roses represent unconscious beauty and a single red rose says, "I Love You." A bouquet of red roses is the perfect way to express your deep feelings for someone special.
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White Roses White Roses
With its pristine appearance, white roses have come to symbolize purity, innocence and secrecy.  They are often referred to as bridal roses and associated with young love.  In Scotland, when white roses bloomed in autumn, it was seen as a token of early marriage.   White roses can symbolize new beginnings, or be a sign of farewell for a memorial for a loved one.  White roses can convey feelings of love, friendship, respect and hope.  An arrangement of white roses is not only beautiful; it can carry a complexity that belies its simpler appearance.
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Yellow Roses Yellow Roses
While in Victorian times, yellow roses symbolized jealousy, today these sun-filled blooms represent friendship, joy and caring.   Throughout history, yellow roses have been closely associated with the sun.  As the source of light and warmth, the sun is integral to life on Earth, and has been worshiped in many early societies. Yellow roses have many connotations.   In many Eastern cultures, for example, the color yellow represents joy, wisdom and power.  Yellow roses bring to mind all of the sunny, cheerful feelings of warmth and happiness.  A bouquet of yellow roses will brighten someone's day.
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Pink Roses Pink Roses
Pink roses, strongly associated with love and gratitude, have a rich history as one of the longest existing roses and have been depicted in early pieces of art.  When roses first began to be cultivated, the majority of them existed in various shades of pink.    Pink roses represent grace and elegance, as well as sweetness and poetic romance. Dark pink roses are symbolic of gratitude and appreciation, and are a traditional way to send a message of thanks.  Light pink roses convey gentleness and admiration, and are also used in the expression of sympathy.  The recipient of pink roses will feel greatly appreciated.
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Purple Roses Purple Roses
Purple roses are often a sign of enchantment and love at first sight.  The eye-catching shades of light purple have made purple roses a popular alternative for romantic occasions, as well as an everyday favorite.  A bouquet of purple roses can definitely make a striking impression.  Those who have been enraptured by feelings of love and adoration have used purple roses to express their romantic feelings and intentions. The color purple also has a traditional association with royalty.  hades of lavender roses can suggest an air of regal majesty and splendor.  Receiving a bouquet of purple roses can make for an unforgettable experience.
 
Green Roses Green Roses
Green roses are startling and mystical.   A new star has evolved in the beautiful kingdom of roses. Careful there is a Leprecon in these green roses that plays tricks with its color. There is a great yellow rose that will give some green blooms in cool temperatures!  A pot of gold awaits you at the end of this rainbow, because under the right temperatures these golden flowers can turn GREEN!  With long, long stems. Green roses are very rare and are excellent disease resistant.
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Mixed Roses Mixed Roses
In some instances mixed roses are the most appropriate to send because of their different color combinations can impart special significance to your gift or choose a color combination with long-established meanings.  For example, mixed roses which include a combination of red and yellow roses convey gaiety and happiness, while such as red and yellow roses for happiness or red and white roses symbolize unity.   A bouquet of mixed roses, with two or more color combinations, would make anyone feel appreciated.  
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Long Stem Roses Long Stem Roses
Die-hard fans of style and elegance love long stem roses.  They are double the size of the typical rose and make their presence felt effortlessly.  Long stem roses adorn vases beautifully and are perfect for large spaces including lounges, art galleries, hotel lobbies, reception areas, large offices, museums or a place with high ceilings. A bouquet of long stem roses is also considered for a momentous occasions, such as an engagement, a wedding, a graduation, a promotion, a landmark anniversary or birthday.  The beauty of the long stem red rose speaks volumes about love.   
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Dozen Roses Dozen Roses
There are several meanings to the significance of one dozen roses.  The number twelve represents a complete cycle, such as the 12 months in the year, the twelve hours on the clock or the 12 signs of the zodiac.  The number appears throughout mythological and religious traditions as well.   It has been customary for one dozen roses to represent perfect beauty to express our complete love and gratitude.  One dozen roses in any color adds a wealth of magnitude to the underlying message and a bouquet of one dozen roses continues to be a popular way to communicate our sentiments.
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Two Dozen Roses Two Dozen Roses
A bouquet of two dozen roses makes a dazzlingly impression.  The meaning of two dozen roses, the number twenty-four, can represent the number of hours in the day.  The recipient can feel they are loved or appreciated throughout the day, or that they are always in our thoughts. Two dozen roses can also call to mind the purity of 24 carat gold. The number twenty-four is often used to symbolize happiness, love, and creativity, which can also be expressed with two dozen roses. The traditional romantic message of 24 roses is that of complete devotion, or "I am yours."  
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50 Roses 50 Roses
Fifty roses make a remarkable impression and means unconditional love. Fifty roses can be sent to congratulate a dear friend or relative on their fiftieth birthday.  Fifty roses can also commemorate a larger benchmark, a fiftieth wedding anniversary.   More than four-dozen roses, fifty roses, will leave the recipients with a breathless feeling of joy and accomplishment.   They have completed a job well done or are loved unconditionally.   The abundance of fifty roses creates a very festive and fragrant environment.
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Roses by the Stem Roses by the Stem
Whether your sending one rose by the stem or two or a crown of roses, roses by the stem have different meanings.  A single stem rose in Full Bloom means "I still love you", and a single stem rose suggests simplicity.  Two roses by the stem conveys a commitment of forthcoming marriage or engagement.  Twelve roses by the stem represent the ultimate declaration of love.  A crown of roses symbolize reward of virtue and a bouquet of full bloom roses conveys gratitude.
 
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