Arrangement of Red Roses delivered UK wide
bouquet of twelve beautiful red roses, hand selected by our skilled florists to ensure only the freshest and most beautiful flowers, before being carefully arranged and promptly delivered to your recipient for Valentine's Day.
Recognised for their symbolism of love and passion, as well as respect, admiration and beauty.
Expressing desire and passion, the orange rose can also be used to express admiration and respect.
Not a naturally occurring colour, dyed blue roses signify a sense of impossibility; fantasy.
Another uncommon colour; coral roses are a sign of happiness and can also be used to express desire.
The white rose is known for its feelings of not only love, but true love and reverence. Understandably popular in winter.
An expression of caring; cream roses are a popular way of letting someone know they're in your thoughts
Pink roses are a symbol of admiration, elegance and refinement - popular at birthdays and the birth of a baby boy.
The meaning of the mauve-coloured rose can often be misinterpreted; it should indicate a sense of passion, and even erotica!
A popular symbol of friendship and respect - also popular for anniversaries, or the birth of a baby boy.