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About: While Black Roses do not truly exist in mother nature, their symbolism very much does in culture and everyday life. Many times, black roses are actually exquisite tones of deep red, maroon or purple blooms. To achieve a darker black hue, florists will typically dye, spray, dip or even burn their flowers. Regardless of the method, black roses are not only rich in color, but also in significance and meaning.
Mysterious and striking, the most common symbolism tied to black roses is that of death, mourning or tragedy. Whether they are stand-alone black rose bouquets or mixed white and black blossoms, both are moving displays for funerals or memorial services to express grieving or a final farewell to a loved one. While roses themselves embody love, black roses can convey the unfortunate demise of a romance. A beautiful black rose delivery to a best friend who is going through a divorce is a stunning way to honor and empathize with the emotions they may be experiencing from the end of such an important relationship.
Available: Year Round Greenhouse Grown
Pack Size: 15