Meanings of Roses
There are number of roses of different colors, each have a different meaning. What color rose symbolizes what?
Red - Romance, seduction. Pink - Sweet, innocence. White - Purity, innocence as well. Yellow - Grace.
Red - Romance
Yellow - Friendship
Black - Mourning
Blue - Mystery and the impossible (as they don't naturally exist.) In some Russian fairy tales the main character has to find a blue rose to give to Baba Yaga, the witch that kidnaps and eats children, in order to get their wee ones back...
I have no idea what pink and white ones are used for...
Thanks for the answer. Black rose, does it exist?
Black roses do exist... they are not "natural" in the sense you cannot find them growing wild but they have been created by crossbreeding various other dark lines of roses to produce black blossoms, although they have not been around for long.
There are too many colors to actually recall because roses are so varied and so is the rainbow.
Excellent question; yet, do you know what the distinct rose smell (or olfactory experience) can suggest if it occurs out of the blue?
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