When a Rose is Just a Rose
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
By Ruth Mitchell Babcock
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With Valentines fast approaching, The question is often asked "What do the different colors of roses mean?" 

If you search the internet you will find mutiple meanings for each color. The yellow rose for example means Joy and friendship but it also means Get Well. A pink rose means Appreciation and gratitude but it also means Love.

Because rose colors mean different things to different people I don't think it is the most important issue when choosing roses.

The more meaningful way to send a rose would be to choose their favorite color.

There is one definate exception to this and that is the red rose without question almost always says LOVE on Valentines Day.

For those who are still inquisitive about the "possible" meanings of rose colors I will post some of the different schools of thought below.