It’s time to say ‘I love you’
ROSES are red,
the Daily News is informing,
couples of Warwick,
with a one-week warning.
Valentine's Day is creeping up again this year, with florists all over the district gearing up for a very busy Friday.
"It's our largest single flower day of the year," said Just Because business owner Sue Pulley.
The second busiest day on the calendar is Mother's Day which stretches out over a weekend.
Anticipating roses to again be the biggest seller Mrs Pulley said there were still plenty of options.
Plush toys, chocolates and even artificial roses are available for those looking to prolong their Valentine's Day.
White lilies are also set to be a popular pick this year.
Shop assistant Holly Woodford said she would be stoked with a bunch of flowers, however she wasn't too fussy.
"Bunches of roses and gerberas are beautiful," the 17-year-old said.
Flowers completely sold out by early afternoon last year so get your orders in as early as possible.
"There are only a limited amount of flowers," Mrs Pulley said.
What's the meaning behind your rose?
PINK: Perfect happiness.
RED: Love, I love you.
THORNLESS: Love at first sight.
WHITE: Innocence and purity, you're heavenly.
WHITE AND RED MIXED: Unity, flower emblem of England.
YELLOW: You mean everything to me.
ROSEBUD: A heart innocent of love.
DEEP BURGUNDY: Unconscious beauty.