What Is the Meaning of a Pink Rose?


Roses connect man with his surroundings by adding color, sensation and texture to the world. Symbolic meanings have been assigned to roses based on their color.


  • Roses come in a variety of colors and are identified by their thorns, five petal blossoms and edible fruits. They are flowering shrubs that can range in size from single stems to climbing vines.


  • Pink represents love, excitement and romance between people.


  • Pink roses represent love in a softer, calmer form than other roses, such as red roses. They are often used in weddings to represent eternal love.


  • Many types of larvae, such as moth or butterfly, eat roses. Also, roses are subject to different types of fungal disease.


  • Roses are cultivated all over the world for their flowers and fruit but they are native to Asia, with a few species in North America, Africa and Europe.

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  • "Color and Meaning: Art, Science, and Symbolism"; John Gage; 2000
  • "The Complete Book of Plant Propagation"; Jim Arbury; Mike Salmon; Mike Honour; Clive Innes; Richard Bird; 1997
  • "The Ultimate Rose Book"; Stirling Macoboy; Harry N. Abrams; 1993
  • Photo Credit pink rose image by Linda Mattson from Fotolia.com
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