In history, the original roses only existed in shades of white, pink, and red. People enjoyed these colors which were even considered as classics but there’s always a thirst for something different. That is why breeders sought to introduce new colors and varieties to further improve and widen the marketability of roses.
Over time, more exotic cultivars were introduced and people clamor every time there is something new. More than a century after the yellow roses were discovered, the radical orange roses entered the picture which paved the way to more and more experimentation on rose flower pigments.
Today, numerous orange roses have become available with shades ranging from soft coral to peach to vivid tangerine. Orange roses truly gave the traditional rose a fresher and sensational twist.