Office Plant of the Week - Rose

Roses were first linked to valentines day in the 1600's as it was thought this perfumed flower was the symbol of Venus, the Greek goddess of love with different coloured roses symbolizing various feelings towards the recipient. The red rose was the symbol of romantic love and desire hence the giving and receiving of these on Valentines day.

Roses are not just used on one day of the year however, rose oil is used in perfume due to its fantastic smell and rose water is becoming more and more frequently used in cooking, especially sweet treats such as turkish delight.

Florists have been using roses for decades due to their beauty and the hundreds of different colours and types. They are fantastic for bouquets and can brighten up an office space extremely well. They can also be used in exterior landscaping and make a great centrepiece for a garden or outside bed.

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