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Rose Color Symbolism

The red rose is the eternal symbol of love and passion. The word rose has the same letters as Eros, the god of love. And the rose, in ancient times, was associated with Venus, the goddess of love.

Rose Color Symbolism

The rose comes in many different colors and hues, each with a significance of its own. For instance, the white rose is the symbol of purity and brightness. Deep pink symbolizes gratitude and respect and light pink symbolizes sympathy.


The more exotic, almost unheard of colors also carry their share of symbolism. Green roses mean fertility while blue is a symbol of mystery and intrigue. Purple signifies enchantment and love at first sight. Black symbolizes death and new beginnings. Yellow signifies friendship and caring.
Exotic Rose Symbolism

Orange Rose Symbolism

Orange roses mean new beginnings.