Mix Color Roses
The language of flowers is a lost art, but some strive to keep the meaning alive through websites. The Victorian era gave rise to "meaning" behind flowers. But just as the Eskimo language has several words for "snow", the floral language may have several meanings for the same flower. Part of the interpretation of the language of flowers is the powerful emotions between the giver and the recipient. Sometimes even a simple dandelion picked from a lawn by a child can be the most powerful symbol of love to a mother. Buy her what she likes or her favorite rose color or a soft-scented rose and perhaps the emotions behind the gift will give a new meaning in her mind and heart for this flower. Roses send feelings through the gift of nature! They can converse through their astonishing life form without speaking a word. They bring heaven to the planet and sorrow to joy.