What multi-colored roses mean? You say

11:02, June 02, 2010      

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Rainbow roses (Photo Source: gb.cri.cn)

Roses of different colors express various meanings: Red roses mean romance, yellow ones speak of friendship and the pink can express your thanks. But what's the meaning of the multi-colored roses?

Recently, a Dutch florist cultivated a kind of multi-colored roses, also called the rainbow roses or happy roses. It is reported that the rainbow roses start life as cream roses. The creator placed them into various food dyes in turns to make them become colorful. However, the process of their growth is still a secret.

The rainbow roses are not cheap -- they cost about 29 euros one stem (36 U.S. dollars), more than double the price of 12 red roses.

They were sold for more than a million in a year, with key markets in Japan, Italy and particularly Sweden.

Source:Xinhua/Agencies
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