You know the Greek legend in which Aphrodite ran to her lover, stabbed her feet on the thorns of the rosebush, and the blood of the goddess turned his buds red? You may have read O. Wilde, how Nightingale pierced his heart with a rose thorn so that her flowers would turn red with his blood so the young man could give them to his beloved. Artists and poets have always sung the scarlet flower as a symbol of eternal love and devotion.
Although many different kinds of flowers can be given as gifts, red roses remain among the most popular. There are many reasons why red roses are an excellent choice for a gift.
In this article, we will look at the meaning of red roses and, of course, the options for when you can send red roses.