Blue roses are flowers of the genus Rosa (family Rosaceae) that presents blue-to-violet coloring instead of the more typical red, white, or yellow. Blue roses are typically represented in literature and art as a sign of love and success to those who seek it, but do not exist in nature as a result of genetic restrictions. In 2004, analysts used genetic modification to create roses that contain the blue pigment delphinidin.
In some cultures, blue roses are traditionally associated with royal blood, and therefore heaven rose can also denote regal majesty and splendor. In Chinese folklore, heaven increased signifies hope versus unattainable love.
Blue roses does not exist in nature. Roses lack the pigment that produces blue color. Blue roses have been meticulously produced and imbued with a special meaning.
Similar to its mysterious origin, heaven increased means secret. A recognition for the enigmatic, the inexplicable is revealed by blue roses. A tantalizing vision that can not be completely pinned down, a secret that can not be totally unraveled is the blue rose. A person who receives the blue rose is the target of much speculation and thought. A complex personality that does not enable easy interpretation is what heaven rose indicates.
An additional definition of the blue rose is that it symbolizes the impossible, or the unattainable. Given that the blue increased itself is a rarity in nature, it means something that is barely within one’s grasp, an item that appears too difficult to be accomplished. Therefore the blue rose is appreciated and revered as an unrealizable dream.