Rose Types

Pink Roses 

Flowers are a manifestation of human emotions. For centuries roses have enticed human beings with their charm, charisma and beauty. Whatever the color they make people feel more special. The rose is more than just an exquisite flower. It is an emblem, because different shades of rose symbolize different things.

The color pink stands for grace, happiness, sweetness, serenity and gratitude. The pink rose is stylish and expresses degrees of admiration. Giving or receiving a pink rose explicitly implies that the giver as well as the receiver is making a statement of uniqueness and authenticity. Pink roses signify companionship and they can be the most perfect way of thanking a person or showing considerable appreciation.

Since the pink rose has been around longer than many other existing varieties of rose it has a long and fascinating history. For one, it has been artistically represented since the very beginning of art itself. Amongst wild roses, pink was the most prevalent species found in olden times. They were perhaps the earliest roses to develop. Once the large-scale cultivation of roses began, pink was again the chosen and favored variety- and the shades of pink ranged from a light pink shade to a deep crimson.

With the gradual progression of time many more new species of rose were discovered. This was followed by techniques of crossbreeding that were developed so that led to many new colors being introduced into the existing repertoire of pink roses. Another crucial feature with modern hybrid methods was the entry of roses that could bloom throughout the entire year instead of once a year. A variety of other types of roses and colors entered our consciousness. This only served to make the pink rose attain a greater significance of meaning. 

However, roses are, predominantly, symbols of love, and of gratitude. Amongst the old garden roses pink roses were the most prevalent and stood for such sentiments of love, gratitude, appreciation and romance. All roses are associated most strongly with these sentiments, but pink now also denotes elegance, sweetness, romance and poetic ardor. The variations of shade allow one to connote a variety of meanings. Darker hues symbolize thanks and gratitude. Light pinks express sympathy, and are gentle and admiring in tone. There is thus a multiplicity of meaning associated with pink roses. With a beautiful fragrance and a lovely appearance, as well their symbolic significance, the pink roses are the monarchs amongst roses. In fact the popularity of every variety of rose can ultimately be traced back to the pink rose. Many things have changed over the years, but pink roses have always maintained their status as the favored. Today they have a special and unique position as the most elegant and refined of flowers that can convey myriad emotions of love, as well as gratitude. Such communication, that most people find difficult to phrase in words, is easily made through the pink rose. A recipient of a pink rose can only feel immensely appreciated, gratified and happy.