Valentines Day Roses
Valentines Roses and their meanings
The red rose is the most famous symbol of love, but at Valentine’s Day Pearsons Florist also offer Colours of Love, a dozen roses in the colour to suit your sweetheart.
Each Valentines rose colour has a special meaning in the language of flowers...
Red roses for Passionate love
Yellow roses for Joy
Orange roses for Desire
White/cream roses for Purity
Pink roses for Friendship
Lavender roses for Love at first sight
What makes Pearsons Valentine’s Day roses and flowers so special?
1) Rose quality. Pearsons Valentine’s Day roses are really spectacular! Pearsons have the very best available roses and fresh flowers this Valentine's Day, from local Australian nurseries and especially imported from overseas growers. In fact, we pride ourselves on having the freshest, longest lasting flowers at all times of year.
2) Rose buying. At Valentine’s Day, florists compete for the biggest, best, long-stemmed roses from around the world to bring our customers something really special that is not usually available at other times of year. As one of the largest florists in Austalia, Pearsons buying power means we can pass on great value on the best quality roses for our customers.
3) Presentation. Our experienced international team of florists expertly arrange Pearsons roses and flowers for your valentine. And our elegant filigree design rose boxes make Pearsons roses the ‘must-have’ gift at Valentines Day!
How do all the red roses bloom at the right time to meet demand on Valentine’s Day?
To make all their roses bloom for valentines day, our growers have to sacrifice their crops a few weeks before (and after) Valentine's Day. This means cutting all the rose plants back, whether they are in bloom or not, to let them re-grow and bloom all at once in time for valentines day. This – and international competition for the very best roses from around the world - is why the cost of red roses increases slightly at valentines day. But Valentine's Day is such an exciting and romantic time, its worth an extra dollar or two to spoil your loved one