National Red Rose Day

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National Red Rose Day in USA in 2021
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About National Red Rose Day

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Dates of National Red Rose Day
2022 USA Sunday, June 12thNational Red Rose Day
2021 USA Saturday, June 12thNational Red Rose Day
2020 USA Friday, June 12thNational Red Rose Day
2019 USA Wednesday, June 12thNational Red Rose Day
Summary
The rose is the traditional flower of June, so it makes sense to observe red rose day in June.

The red rose has been dubbed the symbol of love for many years.

The popular flower is typically given by the dozen.

The long-standing history suggests each rose in a dozen represents one year of love.

As the years have gone by one rose may no longer signify years, but instead just a token of love.

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