Roses & Rose Bouquets
Roses are the quintessential flower of romance - but they're not restricted to it! Whether you're sending a bouquet of anniversary flowers to the special someone in your life, reminding your mom how important she is to you, or saying congratulations to that new graduate, a bouquet of roses for delivery is the perfect way to send your love. Browse our collection of stunning blooms, from passionate crimson to playful yellow and even mysterious dark blue. All roses are available for same-day flower delivery. Make someone’s day extra special with a rose delivery!
Roses & Rose Bouquets FAQs
What does a bouquet of roses delivery signify?
In ancient Greece, the rose was linked to Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. Today, rose flowers are often considered symbols of love, adoration, and passion. While that’s certainly true of red roses, Proflowers offers numerous colors of rose bouquets to choose from, each symbolizing their own unique message. Some colors with special meanings include:
Yellow roses: Yellow roses signify cheer, joy, and excitement, making them perfect for graduations and flowers for mom's birthday. They also symbolize new beginnings, so are perfect to send to those starting new jobs, moving into new homes, or undertaking anything life-changing.
Orange roses: Orange roses symbolize energy, vitality, friendship, or passion, and are great for friends and lovers alike.
Blue roses: Blue roses mean mystery and the unattainable, which is ideal for a complicated romance.
White roses: White roses symbolize youth, purity, and rebirth, making them an excellent choice for weddings and new moms. They also serve as appropriate sympathy flowers for someone suffering a loss.
Pink roses: Pink roses symbolize gratitude. Send them to anyone who has done you a favor and to whom you want to show appreciation.
Multicolored roses: Multicolored roses signify cheer, fun, passion, and enjoyment of life - perfect for all occasions!
What is special about having a bouquet of roses delivered?
Roses have been a prized flower for millennia. It's easy to see why: their gorgeous concentric petals that spiral out in a mesmerizing Fibonacci pattern and their delicate perfumed scent that brings thoughts of love and peace are enough to make them a beloved favorite. However, that's not all.
Roses bouquets are especially favored due to their evocation of love. Whether you're trying to woo someone new, show your significant other how important they are to you, or make amends after a fight, a bouquet of a dozen roses is always a sure bet. With so many options to choose from, Proflowers makes rose delivery easy. Simply pick the color and style of bouquet that you think best fits the occasion, then click to send to get a roses delivery sent to whoever the lucky recipient is.
A rose bouquet delivery is not limited to sweethearts per se. A dozen roses is an excellent choice for Birthday Flowers to commemorate the recipient’s special day. White roses are often sent as Sympathy Flowers to those who are suffering the loss of a loved one. Rose symbolism is versatile and universal. No matter the occasion, there is always the right rose to send.
How do you care for your rose bouquet delivery?
Caring for a bouquet of roses is simple if you follow these instructions:
First, cut the stems of your roses to fit the size of your vase. Be sure to cut the stems at a diagonal.
Then, fill your vase with fresh water at about room temperature.
Stir in a packet of flower food.
Place the roses in the water and arrange them to your liking.
Place your vase and bouquet in a spot that gets plenty of indirect sunlight, but doesn't get too overheated.
Repeat this process every 2 to 3 days to ensure that your roses last as long as possible.
With the right care and attention, your rose bouquet can last up to a week or even a little longer. Plus, with Proflowers, you can rest assured that you will receive only the freshest, loveliest rose bouquets from our local growers around the country.
For other bouquet choices, Shop All Flowers and view Proflower’s wide selection. Whether it’s roses for delivery or another bloom, flower delivery is suitable for all of life’s events. Whatever your flower needs, Proflowers can accommodate you.
Send a meaningful gift with rose delivery
Rose cultivation began in China approximately 5,000 years ago. During the Roman Empire, large public gardens were established. Roses were used for medicinal purposes and perfume sources.
Rose bouquets delivery bridges these eras, connecting the sender and receiver with this ancient tradition. There is a reason the rose is called the Queen of Flowers. No other flower has played such a huge role in so many different cultures. Great artists, including Shakespeare and Monet, paid homage to the rose in their works. The rose is England’s national flower. It’s also the national flower emblem of the U.S.