Valentine's Day

 

 

Here at Sabellico's, we have been heart specialists for over 60 years!

 
     You’ll both have a happy Valentine’s Day when you stop at Sabellico’s. We are your one-stop shop for all your Valentine needs. We carry cards, chocolates, plush gifts as well as beautifully arranged roses, Valentine themed floral arrangements and plants decorated for Valentine’s Day. Red Roses In a Vase
 
     Although it is traditional to think of red roses for Valentine’s Day, Sabellico’s has the ability to think outside the box and create many ways to express your love and appreciation. Try roses in colors other than red or a floral arrangement in a basket or vase with a variety of different flowers and a few of red roses.
 
     If your loved one likes plants, our greenhouses carry a wide assortment of houseplants, terrariums and dish gardens that are all dressed up for Valentine’s Day. Try a heart-shaped ivy topiary for her kitchen. For the gardener, fill an empty flower pot with a few garden tools and a Sabellico’s Gift Certificate. She will be able to choose just the right plants for her garden in the spring.
 
     And don’t forget, Sabellico’s can deliver your gift to your sweetheart. Just pick up the phone and our Valentine’s specialists will help you pick out just the right gift. Or order anytime, day or night, at www.sabellicoflorist.com.
 
 
ROSE COLOR MEANINGS
While every flower has a wonderful story to tell, the rose stands alone in its abundant history and color meaning. So much so we couldn’t resist giving it a little preferential treatment and dedicating a separate space to its rich symbolism.
 
Used for hundreds of years to convey messages without words, roses have long been a symbol of confidentiality - the Latin expression sub rosa (literally "under the rose") means something told in secret.
 
Regardless of color, their unique beauty and subtle fragrance convey a message guaranteed to elicit delight from the recipient and envy from others. If you’re looking for a way to add a little extra sentiment to your
silent message of affection, we’ve put together a list of the meanings associated with the different colors of roses.
 
red roseRED – Bold and dramatic red roses are the ultimate symbol of romantic love and enduring passion. It conveys respect and the creative spirit of love. Represents true love stronger than thorns, universally known as the lover’s rose.
 
 
White RoseWHITE - Represents humility, purity and innocence. Associated with young love and referred to as the bridal rose. White roses also symbolize truth and reverence. It sends a message of loyalty and says "I am worthy of you."
 
 
Yellow RoseYELLOW - During Victorian times, the yellow rose symbolized jealousy but today it represents friendship, joy and caring. A bouquet of these sunny colored blossoms conveys a sense of warmth, gladness and affection.
 
 
Pink RosePINK - Gentility, femininity, elegance and refinement. Depending on the hue, the pink rose carries additional meanings. Deep pink conveys gratitude and appreciation. Pale pink shades symbolize grace, gentleness and happiness.
 
Orange Rose
ORANGE - Warm, vibrant orange roses convey enthusiasm and desire. Orange roses express admiration and attraction - with an underlying message of passion and excitement.
 

lavender rose
LILAC & PURPLE - Thought to be almost mystical in nature, with symbolism tied to enchantment, desire but  proceeding cautiously, it’s not surprising that lilac and purple roses send a message of love at first sight.
 
 Mixed Roses In Vase
MIXED COLORED ROSES – You can send additional messages mixing red with another color rose. For example, a combination of red and yellow roses conveys gaiety and happiness. A mix of red and white roses symbolizes unity.