The deep reddish-brown shade represents "unconscious beauty."
You might want to think twice before sending yellow roses because they imply infidelity.
The vibrant green-colored bloom stands for fertility, as well as, growth, and constant rejuvenation of the spirit.
White roses are generally associated with innocence, new beginnings and weddings, however, they can also be given as a gesture of remembrance.
Roses of the purple family, including violet and lilac, stand for enchantment.
Blue roses aren't as common as some of the other colors on this list, but they signify something extremely sweet: love at first sight. In some literary work, they also symbolize prosperity and immortality.
Black roses don't occur naturally, but florists do create the shade by dying a light-colored rose. They symbolize farewell, death, and rebirth.
What's your favorite rose color?