Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Flower Rose

Perhaps no other flower has been so highly documented and recommended from times immemorial than the rose. From the first day of documented history or perhaps from even before, roses have stood for the ultimate symbol of passion and love. Roses have been even worshiped in some cultures and in some cultures; roses have been used to worship their gods. Rose apart from all its beauty and unmatched fragrance is also one very useful flower. It is used in premium skin care products and even finds some use in health care products! Acres of land have been turned into rose farming land that is a pride of any farmer. Apart from the huge business that they manage to do, people in the neighborhood are proud and fiercely protective of the fragrance that emanates from the rose farms, day and night!

Rose as a flower has been well-documented in the history of almost every culture. Nowhere does it find so much of importance than the history of the Indian subcontinent and the Persian empires. Their history has tones of information on the breed and the variety of the flower and how it served as an inspiration to lovers and artists alike! Some medieval era rose gardens still exist in India and well as the Middle East. Though the Middle East has largely restricted the rose gardens to palaces, elsewhere, such gardens are used for educational tours, research as well as tourist spots!

No other flower but the rose has managed to draw the attention of females like bees get attracted to pollen! Females have always been compared to the gentle petals of the flower; rose has a parallel in the evergreen beauty of the fairer sex. Romance and love has always flourished with the support of roses. Men always gift their close girls pals rose bouquets - it is seen as the ultimate token of love.


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