History of Valentines Day Flower
A representative of love in all forms, Rose became a popular Valentine’s Day Flower in the 17th century. Popularity of Rose as Valentine’s Day Flower stems from the belief that the Red Rose was the favorite flower of Venus - the Roman Goddess of Love and Beauty and hence it is dubbed as the flower of love and passion. A single perfect red rose clubbed with Baby’s Breath flower is called a “signature rose” by the florists and is the most preferred gift for the occasion of Valentine’s Day.
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