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Writing in Roses

The Victorians telegraphed detailed messages with the flowers in a bouquet -- especially the eloquent rose. The same color could mean different things; a note or the number of blooms on a stem would clarify the message. Yellow is for friendship or jealousy; white, innocence or silence. Red? Nothing but true love.