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Valentine's Day


Saint Valentine's Day or Valentine's Day falls on February 14. It is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other by sending Valentine's cards, often anonymously. The holiday is named after two men, both Christian martyrs named Valentine. The day became associated with romantic love in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

The day is now most closely associated with the mutual exchange of love notes in the form of "valentines". Modern Valentine symbols include the heart-shaped outline and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten notes have largely given way to mass-produced greeting cards. The Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately one billion valentines are sent each year worldwide, making the day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year behind Christmas. The association estimates that women purchase approximately 85 percent of all valentines.

In the United States, the marketing of Valentine's Day has tagged it as a "Hallmark holiday".

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Valentine's Day Flower: Rose


The Meanings of the Most Popular Valentine's Day Flower: Rose

Roses are the most popular flowers world-wide, both because of their exceptional beauty and fragrance. As the official Valentine's Day flower, Red Roses are associated with love, passion and life. Its soft petals have been compared with the soft skin of a young maiden, and its fragrance is akin to the scent of a woman. Truly there is no other that can compare to the Valentine's Day flower, the rose.

The following lists the various meanings of the rose as Valentine's Day flower gifts:

Rose VarietyMeaning of the RoseImage of the Rose
Red rose I Love You
True Love
Congratulations
Courage and Respect
Red RosebudPure & Lovely
Moss RosebudConfessions of Love
Bridal roseHappy Love
White roseInnocence
Purity
Humility
I am Worthy of You
White RosebudGirlhood
Heart Ignorant of Love
Thornless roseLove at First Sight
Early attachment
Yellow roseDecrease of Love
Jealousy
Try to Care
Joy
Leaf roseYou May Hope
Dark Crimson roseMourning
Hibiscus roseDelicate Beauty
Burgandy roseUnconscious Beauty
Christmas roseRelieve my anxiety
Coral roseDesire
Damask roseFreshness
Persian Ambassador of Love
Dog rosePleasure & Pain
Garden roseI am from Mars
Lavender roseEnchantment
Orange roseFascination
Desire
Enthusiasm
Pink rosePerfect Happiness
Secret Love
Grace & Sweetness
Indecision
Dark pink roseThankfulness
Rose pale pinkGrace
Joy
Peach roseImmortality
Sincerity
Gratitude
Closing of a Deal
Deep red roseBashful
Shame
Tea roseI'll Remember - Always
Rose-Of-SharonConsumed by Love
Carmine rosedeceitful desire (not true to color)
Fiery red roseflames of passion
Cardinal red rosesublime desire
Amaranth red roselong standing desire
Black RoseDeath
Farewell
Blue RoseThe unattainable or impossible
Light colored rosesfriendship and Sociability
A wild rosesimplicity
A musk rosecapricious beauty
A withered white rosedeath or loss of innocence
Faded roseBeauty is fleeting
Hybrid tea roses"I'll remember you always"
Rosa mundi (striped)Variety
Rose in a tuft of grassThere is everything to be gained by good company

If you accept the rose with your right hand, it conveys that you are in agreement with the other person and your affirmation. If you do so with the left hand, it shows of your disagreement.

Meanings Vary With the Number of Roses

As roses in different colors and varieties carry different meanings, so also, the number of roses being gifted carry some special meaning. Find out the message they convey when they are gifted in singular, double or multiple flowers -

Single Rose in Full Bloom - "I still love you"
2 Roses together - A commitment or forthcoming marriage, engagement
12 Roses - The ultimate declaration of love
25 roses - Congratulations!!
50 roses - Unconditional love.
Crown of Roses - Reward of virtue
Bouquet of full bloom Roses - Gratitude


Roses in Different Color Combinations

Red and Yellow Roses - Jovial and Happy Feelings
White And Red Roses - Unity, Flower Emblem of England
White and Dried Roses - Death is Preferable to Loss of Virtue
Garland or crown of Roses - Beware of Virtue, Reward of Merit, Symbol of Superior Merit
Cluster of Musk Roses - Charming
Yellow Roses with Red Tip - Friendship, Falling in Love
Yellow and orange roses together imply passionate thoughts

Source: The Flower Expert



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