According to sources February 7 holds a special day in the lives of young couple in love as this day is termed 'Rose day' and marks the start of the Valentine's Day. So right now kick-start the week by sending flowers to your loved ones, but wait before you choose your rose as each color has its significance.
Accordingly Red Rose unmistakably is for your love. But folks who are single too can celebrate this day. Meanwhile ranging from yellow and pink, to Oranges and Lavender there are many colored roses to rekindle your romance or bury the hatchet and move on.
Further to make your friends feel special give them
a Yellow rose, if you are planning to kiss and make up with a long lost friend
go for a White rose. If you believe in love at first sight, then go for a
Lavender rose; if you look up to someone then Pink flower is the ideal one and
the last one is a Peach flower. So pick the color that most suits the occasion
and gift it to that special someone.
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