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Happy 4th of July! What a beautiful day to celebrate our freedom and independence with roses!

Updated: Dec 13, 2019

On July 4th, we celebrate Independence Day all over the United States! The holiday was officially created in 1941, though the tradition of honoring America’s Independence Day goes back to the 1700s and the American Revolution.

On this day, families, friends, and neighbors gather together to enjoy good food, fireworks, parades, music, flags, and of course, roses all supplemented by local colors, trends, and traditions.


For some people, July 4th is synonymous with baseball, while for others, it is all about the family barbecues. However, you celebrate, you can be sure that red, white, and blue is visible everywhere you go.


Today we want to give you three ideas on how you can celebrate this holiday with your family!


1. Barbecues

Who doesn’t love a good steak, burgers, or hot dogs? Whether it is a sunny day or its raining outside, it is safe to bet there will be a grill burning in almost every neighborhood in America on Independence Day. Barbecues are a perfect way to gather the family together, build community, and celebrate independence.


2. Going to See A Fireworks Show

Don’t want to blow things up at your family reunion?


Don’t worry; there are plenty of fireworks shows across the country, you could check if there is one in your city a go there and even on TV, for you to watch while enjoying a good meal with your family! 3. Flying the Flag

What could represent independence better on this day than flying the American flag? U.S. military troops celebrate this day by firing one gun to the sky for each state of the United States.


Since we cannot do the same as the US army, we’ll stick with suggesting you hanging the American flag next to some beautiful 4th of July roses, one for each state of this beautiful country

to remember and celebrate our freedom.

Picture of 4th of July roses.


Surprise your friends and family with this beautiful 4th of July rose (limited edition)!




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