Flowers have had meaning attributed to them for thousands of years. But in Victorian times, the language of flowers found a special meaning. Read more
Posts from the ‘Flower Power’ Category
Why red roses for love? As the story has it, the red rose was the favorite flower of Venus, the Roman goddess of love and, since then, the red rose has been associated with lovers. The tradition lives on. From timeless pieces of art and classical poetry to modern day music and media, red roses are seen depicting the message of love.
For most people, red roses simply mean “I love you” and that is why, in the United States, one hundred and ten million roses, the majority being red, will be sold and delivered within the three-day time period around Valentine’s Day. Amazing!
Robin and I do most of our flower shopping at the Los Angeles Flower Market in downtown Los Angeles. Read more