The Language of Roses
Floriography, or the language of flowers, is a means of communication through or arrangement of flowers. Meaning has been attributed to flowers for thousands of years, and floriography has also been around almost as long; it has been practiced in traditional cultures on multiple continents. Interest in floriography flourished in Victorian England in particular; flowers were used in multiple ways to send coded messages, allowing people to express feelings that could not be spoken aloud.
There are many different flowers with many different meanings; since Valentine’s Day is coming up, I have chosen to focus on one of the most enduring and romantic blooms out there- roses.
White roses represent purity and grave; they also symbolize young love and eternal loyalty, making them a popular wedding flower. The color white can also represent fresh beginnings and a pure, clear path. White can also represent innocence, secrecy, and silence. White rosebuds represent girlhood.
Peach roses represent gratitude; they can also represent loyalty, sincerity, and genuineness of your feelings. Peach roses are also commonly used to celebrate work-related news. Pale peach roses are used to represent modesty.
Yellow roses stand for warmth and happiness as well as friendship or devotion; it is commonly known as a “friendship flower”
Orange roses stand for enthusiasm as energy as well as admiration and fascination; they are a great motivational flower
One of the rarest colors of roses, they symbolize enchantment and love at first sight; this includes lavender roses.
Non-existent in nature and hard to create and attain, blue roses stand for mystery and unattainability as well as unrequited love
Green roses represent nature, rejuvenation, and fertility, as well as stability and balance; they can be sent to express hope in times of struggle.
Pink roses convey gratitude, admiration, femininity, and elegance; they are an ideal gift for the people you appreciate most, as well as for engagement parties, proms, and baby showers.
This is the rose that most of the world is familiar with; its overall meaning is understood to be love and passion. A deep red rose can convey readiness for commitment as well as a deeper bond; lighter red roses are said to symbolizing passion and desire; red and white roses represent unity.
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