When you picture a rose, what do you see? Most of us would answer a long-stemmed, perfectly formed and brilliantly colored red rose. Valentine’s day has made sure that red roses are a staple of love and romance, and the price shows it around that time of the year!
Roses aren’t just for Valentine’s Day, though. Ask any woman who enjoys receiving flowers and she’ll tell you she would enjoy them any day of the year – in fact, a random gift of flowers may even have more meaning than one on Valentine’s Day, because it isn’t “the standard.”
Roses, although usually seen as best for fancy decor and events, can be used with more versatility. A white rose can be used as a boutonniere for a wedding or a prom, or it can be placed in a simple vase and put in the center of your dining room table. Same goes for red roses. If you’re looking for a dramatic decoration piece, a large bunch of roses can do the job.
Whether you want to brighten up your home with a flower or bunch of flowers, or you want to put a smile on someone’s face, roses are sure to do the trick.