The Red France variety of roses is the true red rose. You won’t be able to find these blossoming in the wild; this flower is carefully cultivated and grown by Philippine rose growers to achieve this unique, blood red color. Compared to other roses, this rose has higher petal count and a large head size, making it perfect for a lavish bouquet or as a single long stemmed gift for the woman you love.

For many years, this flower variety has become the standard for florists worldwide. This flower can be cultivated in almost any corner of the world. Although this variety has traditionally been grown in European and North American countries many farms from around the world already cultivate this variety. Flower farms in the Philippines, Vietnam, Ecuador, Columbia, Israel, and many African nations now farm this variety commercially.

Besides a romantic gift to a loved one, these flowers are typically used in weddings. Consider carrying a bridal bouquet made out of nothing but mature Red France blooms. The vibrant shade of its petals becomes even sharper and more defined in contrast to the stark whiteness of the bride’s wedding gown. This effect is most dramatic underneath the mid-afternoon sun. To carry on the rose theme to the rest of your entourage, have your bridesmaids and flower girls wear flowing, pale pink dresses and carry a single bloom.

You can also use these flowers to create a gorgeous, dramatic, heaven-scented atmosphere for your wedding reception. Have your caterer prepare white table linens and sprinkle the tabletop generously with the velvety red petals. To use this flower as a simple centerpiece, get a shallow glass bowl, fill it with water, and have rose petals and tea lights float inside.

There are many other things you can do with the petals at a wedding: place a few in each wedding invitation, tuck them into tulle swags, or slip in a single petal in every guest’s glass of champagne. If you’re holding your wedding reception in a garden, set the mood for love by making a thick carpet of red rose petals that leads to the reception area.

Even women who are not planning a rose-themed wedding adore the rose’s bright red color. How could you not love them for their ability to compliment the colors in any room? These flowers simply look gorgeous mixed with pink roses for a very attractive Valentine’s Day red and pink color combination. You can also mix them with white roses to create a strong contrast between the two colors. Ask your florist to give you a bunch of premium Red France roses and watch the whole world brighten up around you.

Source by Timothy Spencer