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These are your top end premium roses, selected by us this year to ensure they are the best of the Best - These are not supermarket roses, they are the best you can get this Valentine's Day as only the best will do 

Trio ( 3 rose) $54.95

Half Dozen ( 6 Rose) $89.95

Dozen ( 12 Rose ) $169.95

Featuring Beautiful Premium Roses engulfed with lush greenery positioned in floral foam to keep your blooms at their best. These are a definite show stopper .

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Choose from a range of colours with different meanings ensuring everyone can be a part of Valentines Days this year .

Red Roses

Most of us are familiar with what the red rose means, having been used across cultures to represent love and romance for centuries.

The meaning of red roses is universally understood to be love and passion. However, even within red roses there are rose colour meanings to be explored. A deep red rose is sometimes thought to mean that you are ready for commitment, and can symbolise a deeper bond than lighter coloured red roses which are said to symbolise passion and desire.

Pink roses

The meaning of pink roses is gratitude and admiration. They’re the perfect choice for the people you appreciate most, like your friends, siblings or teachers. Pink roses can also represent femininity and elegance, which makes them perfect for events like engagement parties, proms and baby showers for a baby girl.

As with red roses, pink rose symbolism can vary with hot pink expressing recognition and appreciation and lighter pink being used to symbolise grace and joy as well as gratitude.

Yellow Roses

The meaning of yellow roses is warmth and happiness. This comes as no surprise as their bright, sunny colour can instantly put a smile on anyone's face!

They’re commonly known as a friendship flower because of all the joy they give, and a yellow rose bouquet is also thought to represent the joy that friend gives. It’s a lovely way to say “you make me very happy”.

Interestingly, during Victorian times the yellow rose used to symbolise jealousy however that rose meaning is long gone and now it’s a universal symbol for pure and abundant joy.