To show their love to this new land, members of Pasadena’s Valley Hunt Club first staged a parade in 1890. A member, Professor Charles F. Holder, announced to the world, “In New York, people are buried in the snow. Here our flowers are blooming and our oranges are about to bear. Let’s hold a festival to tell the world about our paradise.”So the club organized horse-drawn carriages covered in flowers, followed by foot races, polo matches, and a game of tug-of-war. Upon seeing the scores of flowers on display, the professor decided to suggest the name “Tournament of Roses.”

 

No. 626

Freshly Cut Roses

Enjoy the intoxicating and refreshing Scent of the millions of roses that can be smelled throughout the air every year for our tournament of roses parade. Los Angeles Candle Company worked long and hard to come up with this amazing scent. This candle smells exactly like the fresh cut roses that decorate our beautiful floats. 

 

Random Fact!

  

Roses come in a variety of beautiful colors, with each color standing for a different meaning.  They have always been a very popular gift to both give and receive.  The top two holidays for roses are Mothers Day and Valentines Day.  Dominantly, red roses are the most popular color given.  If you are looking for the perfect rose to give, or just curious, here is a breakdown of what they symbolize.

 

True red- lovers    Fiery red- passion    Cardinal red- desires    Fully bloomed red- I still love you    Red Rosebuds - first love    Yellow- friendship and domestic happiness, it is also an acceptable color for sympathy    Orange- Pride or awe    Peach- appreciation    Pink- Elegance or gentility    White- unity, sincerity, loyalty and purity    Purple- majestic glory and eternal love    Lavender or Lilac-  love at first sight, or beginning of true feelings    Deep Purple- reserved for very intimate situations    Black- death

 

Properties
100 % All Natural US Soy

27 oz.
Burn time 150 hours

No.626 (Freshly Cut Roses)

$59.99 Regular Price
$41.99Sale Price
  • To show their love to this new land, members of Pasadena’s Valley Hunt Club first staged a parade in 1890. A member, Professor Charles F. Holder, announced to the world, “In New York, people are buried in the snow. Here our flowers are blooming and our oranges are about to bear. Let’s hold a festival to tell the world about our paradise.”So the club organized horse-drawn carriages covered in flowers, followed by foot races, polo matches, and a game of tug-of-war. Upon seeing the scores of flowers on display, the professor decided to suggest the name “Tournament of Roses.”

     

    No. 626

    Freshly Cut Roses

    Enjoy the intoxicating and refreshing Scent of the millions of roses that can be smelled throughout the air every year for our tournament of roses parade. Los Angeles Candle Company worked long and hard to come up with this amazing scent. This candle smells exactly like the fresh cut roses that decorate our beautiful floats. 

     

    Random Fact!

      

    Roses come in a variety of beautiful colors, with each color standing for a different meaning.  They have always been a very popular gift to both give and receive.  The top two holidays for roses are Mothers Day and Valentines Day.  Dominantly, red roses are the most popular color given.  If you are looking for the perfect rose to give, or just curious, here is a breakdown of what they symbolize.

     

    True red- lovers    Fiery red- passion    Cardinal red- desires    Fully bloomed red- I still love you    Red Rosebuds - first love    Yellow- friendship and domestic happiness, it is also an acceptable color for sympathy    Orange- Pride or awe    Peach- appreciation    Pink- Elegance or gentility    White- unity, sincerity, loyalty and purity    Purple- majestic glory and eternal love    Lavender or Lilac-  love at first sight, or beginning of true feelings    Deep Purple- reserved for very intimate situations    Black- death

     

    Properties
    100 % All Natural US Soy

    27 oz.
    Burn time 150 hours

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