What Rose Colours Mean and Where to get the Best Deals on Valentine’s Day Flowers

Folks, if you are looking to buy roses for the special people in your lives this February, here is some info to help you decide which colour is the correct choice, for which situation.

-Red signifies love and passion. Excellent choice for the one(s) you love passionately! Less ideal choice, to give Biff, while he’s spotting your bench press at the gym.

-Pink signifies grace and gentility. Used mainly at weddings to encourage sweet thoughts and joy.

-Yellow signifies friendship. A great choice to let the closest people know how much their friendship means to you.

-White signifies purity and innocence.

-Blue signifies mystery. It’s a bit unclear where this is best suited, lol, get it?

-Purple signifies enchantment. Good choice to tell somebody it was “love at first sight.” Great to mix in together with red roses, for your loved one.

-Black signifies sorrow, loss and mortality. Not a great choice for a Valentine’s Day Farewell, but it sure beats the Text Message Breakup, which seems to be growing in popularity.

Roses can be expensive, I know. But, with a bit of planning, it can be done on any budget.

Check out these great ways to save:

1. Groupon deals. If you think quick and act fast, you can scoop up a Groupon deal that can save you anywhere from 15% to 40%.
2. Look for budget sections of florist sites, like CanadaFlowers.ca
3. Plan in advance and you can get 100 long-stem roses for $129.99, from Costco. Get these babies shipped to your door and split it between 8 friends and it’s only costing $16 per dozen. You even have four left over!

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