FLOWER OF THE MONTH: SYMBOLIC ROSES

In November it’s Rosa time! Where the Rosa was discovered is unsure but this immemorial flower has never lost its popularity. Since centuries ago the flower has been one of the most important flowers. Therefore, the Rosa is put in the spotlight this month!

The romantic Rose stands for love and respect due to it is intense colour and heart-shaped petals. However, Roses come in all kinds of colours, of which each colour has it is own special meaning. Below we have listed some of the symbolisms:

  • Red: love and respect
  • White: true love, virginity, dignity, chastity
  • Pink: luck, gratitude, purity
  • Yellow: intimate friendship, solidarity
  • Orange: longing, appreciation, sympathy

The classic Rose can describe your love to someone perfectly in every occasion. This is because there are plenty of Roses out there and each year several new colours, shapes and sizes are added to the Rose imperium, such as ‘grass-hearted’ Roses or multi-coloured Roses. Yet the number of Roses you give is also important and have their different distinctive meaning. For example, two Roses are the perfect amount when proposing to someone because it stands for mutual love.

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FLOWER OF THE MONTH

The upcoming weeks the Rose is in the spotlight of the Flower Agenda. Inspirational images have been produced for all the flowers in the Flower Agenda by keeping in mind the Horticulture Sector Trends 2017. These trends are a translation of the latest consumer trends focused specifically on the horticultural sector both indoors and outdoors.

If you would like to find out more about the Flower Agenda click here.

TO FLOWER THE WORLD VIA SOCIAL MEDIA

Show us your foral designs with these symbolic flowers on Social Media, use the hashtags #ozexport and #toflowertheworld and we will share your floral designs!

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