Valentine's Day What different roses mean on Valentine's Day

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Now you know which roses to give to your Valentine.

What different colours of roses mean play What different colours of roses mean (Courtesy)

Valentine's Day is a moment in time marked to celebrate lovers. The traditional flower is the red rose which is a symbol of love.

However, seeing as there are so many colours when it comes to roses, different colours mean different things on Valentine's Day.

According to Pro Flowers, red definitely is the traditional way to say "I love you".

play Red roses (Adobe Stock)

 

White rose

play White roses (Most beautiful)

 

"I'm the one for you."

Pink rose

play Pink Roses (Wallpaper HD)

 

"Thank you."

Yellow rose

play Yellow Roses (Most beautiful)

 

"We're friends and I care about you."

Yellow rose with a red tip.

play Yellow rose with a red tip (Pinterest)

 

"I'm falling in love with you."

Orange rose.

play Orange roses (Gary Gray)

 

"I want you in my life."

Red and white together.

play Red and white rose bouquet (Instagram)

 

"We are a great match."

Peach roses

play Peach roses (Courtesy)

 

"Let's get it on."

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