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A red rose symbolizes romantic love and passion. Red roses are the ones most often given on Valentine's Day. It also symbolizes the blood of Christians who were martyred for their faith. The red rose is also the emblem o... More »

In Scripture, black is a signifier of destruction and death, and red means both sin and redemption. The color green signifies life or growth, and purple represents royalty or riches. More »

The most traditional tulip color is red, which means "perfect love." Like many types of flowers, some tulip colors have different meanings. More »

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Several meanings may be attributed to blue roses, including unrealized dreams, young love, majesty or approval. Significance may also be interpreted based on the context in which a blue rose is given, and may also depend... More »