The Qixi Festival falls on the 7th day of the 7th month of the Chinese lunar calendar which is the day to celebrate the belief in love and the perseverance for true love. Where historical celebrations include praying at local temples for wisdom, burning paper items as offerings, or coming together for a traditional feast, there are more common commemorations nowadays. Celebrate with Red Roses!
Why choose red roses?
The colour red holds so many values in traditional Chinese culture. First and foremost it symbolizes luck, joy, and happiness, hence is commonly featured in Lunar New Year celebrations. Additionally it is worn by Chinese brides and believed to ward off evil. Finally, it represents celebration, vitality, and fertility.

Consists of:
6 x Stems Rose - 40cm
2 x Stems Gypsophila
1 x Stems Magnolia Foliage

Vases have been matched to your chosen arrangement to enhance their display. Your gift will arrive already arranged inside the vase, water and all.

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Colour: As Displayed

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