We can be young and in love, or we might be older and wiser but still a romantic at heart. Whichever category you may be part of, we believe that romance is still alive in your relationship. Acts such as giving red roses as a gesture of love is an old tradition in plenty of cultures. The rose as it is common today used to be sacred to several goddesses. In Islam, it’s the beauty of the rose that triggers the song of the nightingale, which is a bird that is prominent not only in the poems of Hafez. Throughout the history, the rose has been employed as a sign or in emblems. Moreover, the rose is the national flower of England and has been first employed by the King of England to be the Tudor rose. Roses will always continue to be a significant statement of love. There is no better way to say I love you than with roses, be it on Valentine’s Day or any day to demonstrate appreciation as well as to give a thanks to someone special.