Morrisons' Colorful Roses Support the LGBTQ+ Community

 - Feb 6, 2019
References: my.morrisons & yorkshirepost
When most people think of roses for Valentine's Day, they associate the holiday with classic red roses but Morrisons is launching Rainbow Roses this year in support of the LGBTQ+ community and all kinds of love. The colorful, limited-edition roses are set to be available just before February 14th and will help to support The Albert Kennedy Trust, a LGBTQ+ youth homeless charity.

The Rainbow Roses developed by florists from Morrisons have been dyed with colored water in such a way that each petal shows off the colors of the rainbow. While red roses have come to be known as a symbol of romantic love, the Rainbow Rose has been designed so that it can be given by anyone to anyone, and support a worthy cause in the process.