The rose is an incredible flower. It has been employed over the centuries both as a symbol of romantic love and passion, as well as a symbol of war. Its flowers are beautiful and elegant - yet the rosebush is one of the most resilient plants in the world. Roses are given to express the most intimate of sentiments, yet rosebushes are often landscaped into yards and campuses for security and protection. The rose is known as the Queen of flowers for many reasons - and this June, during National Rose Month, the floral designers at Walter Knoll Florists would like to share some amazing facts about this spectacular flower.
Looking for more summer roses and rose bouquets? Browse our online Rose Collection, or check out our Pinterest Board. Read More about Summer Roses for National Rose Month »
The truest romantics among us convey their affection constantly. They don’t wait for Valentine’s Day or anniversaries to give away the love – these romantic heroes understand that romance cannot be defined by the calendar. Therefore it is… Read More about Romance Inspired Floral Designs »
Mr Stinky (my amorphophallus plant) finally came up out in my yard around Father’s Day – easily at least a month later than last year’s arrival. It has grown so quickly and reproduced a dozen babies – check ’em out!… Read More about Mr Stinky News »
Rose colors vary by growing area, time of year, local weather conditions and even climate variations within the same growing area. There is even some variation of color within the same rose variety. This guide is designed to give you… Read More about The Meaning of Flowers »