Why pay for a whole bunch of roses when a single Rose can say it so much better! You can send a strong and clear message with just one Rose:
- A single Rose can say “I’m Jealous.”
- A single Rose can say “It’s Over.”
- A single Rose can say “I’m Sorry.”
- A single Rose can say “Thank You.”
- A single Rose can say “We’re Friends Forever.”
- A single Rose can say “You Are Beautiful.”
- A single Rose can say “You are Pure.”
- A single Rose can say “You Bring Joy to My Life.”
- A single Rose can say “I Love You.”
According to the Victorian “Language of flowers”, different colored roses each have their own symbolic meaning:
- Red: love
- Pink: grace, gentle feelings of love
- Dark Pink: gratitude
- Light Pink: admiration, sympathy
- White: innocence, purity, secrecy, friendship, reverence and humility
- Yellow: Yellow roses generally mean dying love or platonic love. In German-speaking countries, however, they can mean jealousy and infidelity
- Yellow with red tips: friendship, falling in love
- Orange: passion
- Burgundy: beauty
- Blue: mystery
- Green: calm
- Black: slavish devotion (as a true black rose is impossible to produce)
- Purple: protection (paternal/maternal love)
At Send1Rose.com we use this universal symbolism in our choice of Roses, and only send a single Rose that denotes “simplicity”, a simple message. But, to avoid misinterpretation by the recipient, we always suggest making its meaning clear in the enclosed Note (if available). […] Continue Reading…
Here are some tips to make your fresh cut Rose last longer:
Immediately on receipt, open the box and give your Rose attention. If you cannot attend to your Rose immediately, open the box and place it in a cool dark place until you can take a few moments to properly care for it. Place it in the refrigerator (NOT freezer) if you have space.
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Oh! you who sleep in Flanders Fields,
Sleep sweet – to rise anew!
We caught the torch you threw
And holding high, we keep the Faith
With All who died.
We cherish, too, the poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led;
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies,
But lends a lustre to the red
Of the flower that blooms above the dead
In Flanders Fields.
And now the Torch and Poppy Red
We wear in honor of our dead.
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This year (2015) is the 100th anniversary of the Mother’s Day, that was officially created in 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson. So celebrate the US holiday Centennial by ordering a flower for mom now!
It is written “Mother’s Day”, not “Mothers Day”.
The holiday is celebrated each year on the second Sunday in May. This year it’s May 10, 2015.
Carnations traditionally represent Mother’s Day, but roses are also widely given and (gladly) accepted.
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Mother’s Day will have been celebrated for a whole century this year on Sunday, May 10, 2015!
Although Anna Jarvis is widely recognized as the founder of “Mother’s Day”, it wasn’t until 1914 that President Woodrow Wilson officially created the – now widely celebrated – US holiday by setting aside every second Sunday in May for the purpose. [Read more…]
So, do not forget to order your single red rose or flowers for your mother now!
A solitary rose grew in the darkest corner of the garden
Surrounded by many others
Yet remained alone
Time passed and trials came and went
One dealt a severe blow
And the rose began to wilt and wither
Then… as if by a miracle…
There came a soft and gentle breeze
Followed by a ray of light
As all the other roses fell into darkness
The solitary rose began to shine
Shining with a special light…
And watered by a gentle cascade…
A cascade of love
A cascade of selfless affection
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A solitary rose in the garden
Whispered to herself
These thorns are for my safety
Alas! Still they pluck me up
Stumbling to the decking hall
Placing herself in the smiling wall
How she lost in her own thoughts,
About the warmth of the credulous wind
And the charm of the maternal land
Still she responsibly did her duty
blazing her fragrance and beauty.
[Author: Navya Kumar]