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Beautiful and Creative Rose Arrangements by Carey's Flowers in South Hadley - by Carey's Flowers, Inc.

 

At Carey's Flowers, we’re proud to be the leading vendor of remarkable rose bouquets in the Greater Springfield, Holyoke, Chicopee, Granby area. Whether you’re needing a dozen red roses to express your love or want a mixed rose arrangement as a token of celebration, Carey's Flowers has the perfect option for you. Check out some fun rose facts below and order your special arrangement, today!


Fun Facts About Roses

While we know historic icons like poet William Shakespeare was fond of roses, it’s interesting tolearn about other fun facts that make this petaled beauty a worldwide favorite.

- There are more than 100 different species of roses, most of which have five petals. Thethe “Rosa Sericea”, however, is the only rose that has four petals.

- Rose bushes are often used in landscaping purposes because their prickly thorns help to both keep intruders out and to prevent soil erosion.

- Romans used to use rose petals as room and floor decorations or string them around their neck as a symbol of chastity.

- Each color of rose has a different meaning or symbolism.

- In 1986, the rose became the official floral emblem of the United States and is also the official flower for four different U.S. states: New York, Iowa, North Dakota, and Georgia.

Get Your Rose Bouquet, Today

When it comes to specializing in perfect rose bouquets, no one does it better than Carey's Flowers in South Hadley MA and the Greater Springfield, Holyoke, Chicopee, Granby area. As your go-to rose boutique in South Hadley, Carey's Flowers guarantees your roses will be delivered vibrant and fresh, so you can enjoy them for as long as possible.

Sources: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/plants/roses.html


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