Friday, September 3, 2010

Orange Roses

Orange Roses

Though orange roses confer a wide variety of nuances in floral language as they are the literal patchwork of colors red and yellow, their meanings are primarily perceived as the emblems of enthusiasm, desire, and passion. Giving somebody a bouquet of these fiery roses is an indication of admiration and attraction. An orange rose bouquet could also be a symbol of emerging romantic emotions and the desire to move the relationship way beyond the level of just being friends. Roses of orange color are probably the perfect means to send the message of a blooming romance, which is why even within a short period of introduction in the floral scene they have acquired a wide following.

Orange roses are somewhat new to the Rosa genus. They are, in fact, the products of modern hybridization of yellow wild roses. The flaming hue of orange is representative of the warm glow of sunset as well as the sweet smell and pigment of citrus. Categorically, roses that are orange in color may come in differing shades including bright orange, peach, and soft coral.

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