Fun Flower Facts
Rose Color Trends: Yellow Roses
A rose is a rose is a rose. Or is it? Unbeknownst to most of us, the 1990s spawned a virtual baby boom of rose varieties. Brought on by a fertile production period, today there are close to 120 rose varieties commercially available - up from the few dozen choices found in flower shops in the 1980s. These new rose varieties have not only expanded the color palette - from extreme lights to bright brights - but have enhanced characteristics such as bloom size, shape, stem length and strength of fragrance. Whether crisp lemon, buttery hues, golden yellows or trendy two-tones, the variety of yellow roses cover a broad spectrum of color - and appeal. If you've never given flowers to a man before, introduce him to this family of colors. Yellow is the second most popular color cited by men
Should I send flowers in a bud vase?
With all of the sensational flowers available to choose from, even just one or two elegant blossoms can make a big impression. Lilies, gerbera and long-stemmed roses are all exquisite choices - ask your florist what he has available.