Not every man thinks about the color of the rose in the bouquet they receive. However, these flowers have long been used as love messages. Depending on the shade of the petals, the gift has symbolized burning passion, tenderness, or fidelity and spoken of immense admiration and respect. It's the universal truth that roses embody love! These stunning flowers of love incarnated in their essence feelings of passion, romance, and affection. From the pages of literary classics to Hollywood blockbusters, popular poets, writers, and filmmakers have demonstrated the romantic significance of the red rose through their work.
But do you wonder how it happened? How did roses come to be associated with the most beautiful feeling in the world in our civilization?
We are going to take a journey through the history of how roses came to be known as the ultimate symbol of eternal love.
The rose is often considered the queen of flowers. According to one of the legends, Persia - is the homeland of roses. For a long time, the lord of all flowers was the Lotus. But it loved to sleep so much that it had no time left to fulfill its "royal" duties.
And then Allah, at the request of the flowers, created a new white queen for them. It was so beautiful that the nightingale could not resist and hugged it. Thorns pierced through the lover's heart, and the pristine white petals turned red. This is how the red rose appeared.
Petals on the bed, the essential oil in your favorite perfume, rejuvenating extract in a cream’s composition - the queen of the garden is beyond competition here! Its honey rose smell has always been associated with luxury. Roses are currently the most popular flower and ranked first in terms of purchase frequency. 82% of women prefer bouquets of roses to other flowers! In addition to beauty and elegance, some roses have a stunning aroma.
You can’t find a rose with a strong, annoying scent in nature. It was noticed that the bloom of fragrant ones is fleeting: the petals wither and crumble faster. They do not last long in the cut. But true aesthetes argue that elusive beauty is all the more valuable. In a florist shop, roses are stored in a fridge with a temperature of 4-7 degrees. At this temperature, all roses cease to delight with their aroma. But at room temperature, they will again reveal their wonderful rose smell for you!