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There might be millions of roses in the whole world, but you’re my only one, unique rose.
This passage from The Little Prince holds true for each of us when selecting the right flowers to send – especially roses.
Folks often ask us about the meanings of colored roses. If you search online or ask florists, traditional responses abound. But, just as in The Little Prince,
“He loves me, he loves me not” is a French game, where the player picks a petal off a flower (usually a daisy) while saying “he/she loves me” or “he/she loves me not” to determine if the object of his or her affection loves them. The final petal is said to seal their fate.
Today, the daisy is still a symbol of affection – it represents innocence,