Rose Day - February 7
Tue, Feb 7, 2023

Rose Day

Rose Day is an annual American holiday celebrated on February 7th. It marks the beginning of the week that ends with Valentine’s Day. Roses are the best flowers to express your love feelings.

History

The details of the origin of Rose Day are unknown. It is believed that it is associated with Valentine’s Day and prepares people for the celebration of the most important day for all lovers.

According to historical records, roses were known around the 5th millennium BC. Initially, this flower spread in the Far East. Subsequently, they learned about him in Asia, he penetrated into the Roman Empire.

Initially, the rose was considered a flower for the upper class. It was also a frequent gift for creative people, as it was believed that a rose could give inspiration. These flowers were associated not only with warm feelings. In the 15th century there were conflicts between various English dynasties. This period was called the War of the Scarlet and White Roses.

Today, roses are the most popular flowers, which are usually given on memorable dates, as well as to show your feelings. Also very popular are perfumes and various cosmetics with rose fragrance.

Interesting facts

  • In India, the rose variety Si was bred. Its feature is the size of the buds, which does not exceed 5 mm.
  • Black roses do not exist in nature. Those flowers that we call so are simply dark red roses.
  • In 1986, US President R. Reagan declared the rose the national flower of the country.

How to celebrate

Give these flowers to your closest people on Rose Day. Parents or any wife / girlfriend can make an amazing bouquet. Read online about when red or white roses are appropriate.

Tell about the holiday on social networks. Ask users what kind of roses they like.

When is Rose Day celebrated in 2023?

Rose Day is observed on February 7 each year.

Observations

Weekday Month Day Year
Tuesday February 7 2023
Wednesday February 7 2024
Friday February 7 2025
Saturday February 7 2026
Sunday February 7 2027

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