Roses were grown in China as much as 5,000 years ago and they have continued to play a part in history ever since. They can symbolise many things depending on their colour. Red most obviously represent love and affection and are commonly sent on Valentine’s Day. Pink roses interpret grace and sweetness and can be used to send thanks or to cheer up a friend. White roses traditionally symbolise innocence and purity and became associated with weddings and bridal bouquets. White roses can also be used to recognise anniversaries, graduations and christenings. For your rose delivery, get the freshest in Singapore with fast delivery from Flower Addict.