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Sit and relax Listen to the rose history:

Long long time ago, according to fossil records, roses were originally distributed in Asia and the Middle East 35million years ago. These wonderful flowers have inspired countless poets with their posture and fragrance. The ancient Egyptians boiled roses to make cosmetics and lipsticks and added aromatic oils to them to make cleansers and resist the erosion of desert storms. According to legend, when Cleopatra met Marc Anthony, he would fill the room with roses, hoping to remember himself when he smelled the roses again.


In the Middle Ages, rose, rose essential oil, and rose water were more common. At that time in Europe, both men and women would mix rose water and white powder on the skin to brighten the complexion as that time whiteness was the beauty; rose essential oil could eliminate scars; and rose water was the basis of many perfumes.

Blue Rose/ Blue Enchantress

Flower Language: miracles and the impossible

As blue also has a touch of sadness, representing honesty and kindness. It reminds people of the vast sky and the vast ocean, as if they can tolerate everything, and can speak all their thoughts. It will always bring you warm sunshine and make you move forward with confidence. Blue roses are usually used to express precious love. Although they are not as warm as red roses and not as pure as white roses, blue roses have an irreplaceable status in love. So, what is the language of blue roses? Its flower language is a miracle and an impossible thing.


Red Rose

Flower Language: passionate love, hope, and passionate love with you

In ancient Greece, Aphrodite, the god of love, was the most beautiful goddess, and even the king of the gods Zeus fell in love with her. But Aphrodite secretly fell in love with the beautiful young God Adonis and rejected the love of Zeus. Because of love and hatred, Zeus forced Aphrodite to marry Hephaestus, the ugliest god of fire. Aphrodite was very painful, and her love never let go. But unfortunate things happened. One day, Adonis went out hunting and was injured, and the blood flow continued. He issued a miserable call-Aphrodite. Aphrodite rushed away when she heard the lover's scream. The stones and thorns in the forest cut through her feet and hands, and blood dripped all the way. However, when she rushed to Adonis's side, he had already shed all his blood. Aphrodite burst into tears, and as she cried, where the blood dripped along the way, clusters of bright red roses bloomed. Since then, the red rose has become a symbol of unswerving love.


Flower language of different numbers of roses:

A single rose – often gifted to those you love; a single rose indicates ‘love at first sight’.

2 Roses – you would gift two single roses to those you are deeply in love with.

3 Roses – ‘I love you.

4 Roses – the perfect way to say, ‘nothing will come between us.’

5 Roses – a great way to signify your love for a special someone. If you want to show a partner or friend how much you care for them, five roses are an ideal option.

6 Roses – signifies ‘I want to be yours’. If you are dating someone and wish to take your relationship to the next level, gifting them with six roses is the perfect way to subtly express those feelings.

7 Roses – when considering the meaning of roses, this quantity signifies infatuation.

8 Roses – if a friend or family member is going through a tricky time, eight roses are the perfect number to gift them with as it shows support.

9 Roses – a symbol of eternal love. You would often give this exact number of roses to those you wish to spend the rest of your life with.

10 Roses – a simple yet powerful way to tell a special someone ‘they’re perfect.

99 Roses – want to let a special someone know you will love you till the day you die? Give them a bouquet containing 99 single rose stems.

1314 Roses – Infinite Love / Faithful Love

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