Philippines roses and flowers to manilia cebu davao luzon or all of philippines islands   Everlasting Love
Philippines flower and rose Philippine Roses
Featuring flowers and roses delivered throughout the Philippines, including Metro Manila Area, Quezon City, Mandaluyong City, Pasay City, inexpensive, Pasig City, MarikinaCity, Caloocan City, San Juan, Makati City, rose, Manila, Muntinlupa, Alabang, Antipolo, Fairview, Malabon, Montalban, Navotas, Novaliches, Pateros, Rizal Province, Taguig, Valenzuela, Luzon Island, Baguio, Dagupan City, flower, Pangasina La Trinidad, Baguio, Pangasinan next day, Province, San Fernando, La Union, Balanga,Bataan, Bulacan Province, Malolos, Bulacan, Olongapo, Zambales, Pampanga Province, San Fernando, Pampanga, Subic, Zambales, Tarlac Province, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Gapan, Nueva Ecija, Batangas Province, Cavite Province, Lipa City, Batangas, Los Banos, Laguna Lucena City, Quezon, San Pablo City, Laguna, Tagaytay City, Cavite, Ternate, Cavite, Naga City, Camarines, Legaspi City, Albay, Visayas Island, Bacolod City, Cebu City, Lapu Lapu City, Cebu, Maclan, Cebu Mandaue, Cebu, Dumanguete City, Mindanao Island, Cagayan de Oro City, Davao City, Gen. Santos City, Ozamis City, PagadianCity, Butuan City, Dipolog City, Zamboanga and many others.


For generations, the rose has traditionally been the favorite symbol for love and beauty. Whether giving to a loved one or simply purchasing for your own pleasure, we’re sure that you’ll enjoy our collection of the freshest cut roses straight from the farm.
Philippine Roses


Mother's Day a Thousand Years Ago ... or More  

The custom of honoring mothers with a family get-together, specially crafted projects and floral gifts actually began thousands of years ago.

Long before men learned to write, they were asking questions about the events of everyday life. Why did the sun rise in the east each morning and why was the sky filled with stars after dark? Soon people began weaving wonderful stories about gods and goddesses who moved the sun across the heavens and twinkled the stars at night. Year after year, they added new elements to their stories. Today we call these stories myths.

It is believed that the first myths about Mother's Day celebrations and gifting were told by the ancient people of Phrygia in Asia Minor. The most important goddess of all was Cybele, the daughter of Heaven and Earth. She was the Mother of all gods. Once a year, the people of Phrygia held a joyous festival to honor Cybele. A designated area of the town was decorated with beautiful arrangements of fresh roses, multi- colored flowers and tribal ornaments. Many people attended and good food, music, dancing and fellowship were plentiful. History dictates this was the first celebration to honor a Mother and when the men of Phrygia visited other countries, they told about their Mother goddess and this celebration.

In their travels they found the Romans also had a Mother of all gods. She was Magna Mater or Great Mother. Each year, beginning on the fifteenth of March, there was a three-day celebration to honor her called the Festival of Hilaria. People brought gifts to the temple, built in praise of this powerful Mother goddess. In time, Christianity brought many changes to Rome. No longer was the Mother goddess honored. Instead, a celebration was held to honor "Mother Church."

On the fourth Sunday of Lent, gifts of roses, jewels and precious metals were taken to the "Mother Church" where the worshipers had been baptized. During the Middle Ages, the entire family attended church together. After church, the minister gave the children bunches of purple violets and red roses to present to their mothers. Today we celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday in May based on a proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. Wilson's action was motivated by the efforts of Anna Jarvis whose mother supported the concept of a day to honor all mothers as a way to bring about the end to the hatred between North and South at the end of the Civil War in 1864. Her feeling was that brothers would forget about fighting each other in the course of honoring their mothers.

Although traditions vary greatly and have changed over the years, flowers, especially roses, have always been considered the signature flower for telling Mom, "I love you," "Thanks for all you have done for me," and "You're the best."

Roses can be purchased in various quantities to fit any budget. One, three or five blooms can carry many glad tidings and build memories for you, your mother, grandmother and mother-in-law. Start your Mother's Day tradition and memories today by ordering lovingly grown roses from your local florist.

Information Provided Courtesy of Roses Inc., P.O. Box 99, Haslett, MI 48840

We deliver to over 90% of Filipinos so you will most likely find your destination listed.  CLICK to check our long list of towns covered.
3 best ways to send money - - Fast - Inexpensive - Reliable
Philippine Cut Flower Corporation is an award winning member for many years.
Other Countries has been a PayPal merchant for several years with no complaints.  A  BIG "Thank You" to all our customers.  Jean
We accept via PayPals secure servers many major credit cards.




Rose Shop Main Page
PCFC is considered the largest single producer of quality roses in the Philippines.
Philippine Cut Flower Corporation cultivates a wide range of varieties and colors of internationally known European roses. With over 15 years experience in growing the best quality flowers you can be sure that your order is in safe hands.
roses are available all-year-round
Greeting Card
Let our Greeting card deliver your message of love. Our postcard style greeting cards can accommodate up to 50 words to express your deepest affections.
Our quality stylish shipping box is specially designed for 24 roses and to get your flowers safely to their destination!
Floral Tube
Each stem is preserved in water with its very own floral tube to make sure it gets to your loved one in perfect condition.

Professional delivery throughout The Philippines

We deliver from Tuesday to Saturday in Provincial areas and daily in Metro Manila.  We outsource our delivery to professional couriers.  DHL handles all Metro Manila deliveries and LBC for provincial areas.  The official time of our courier deliveries, whether in Metro Manila or the provinces, is from 11 am to 5 pm, sometimes extending to 7 pm for some uncontrollable reasons like heavy traffic or heavy volume of deliveries. One thing though, we can't be time-specific with the deliveries. We give our courier enough time for their own processing and documentation requirements.  

For your reference please look for LBC's covered delivery areas.  This will open up to a map of the Philippine islands, then click the button on the Luzon , Visayas or Mindanao region, and further on, the list of provinces, and finally the town or city. There are several names of barrios listed within the city and please check if your delivery area is one of them.  We deliver to over 90% of Filipinos so you will most likely find your destination listed.


Privacy  Statement


Privacy Statement:  We do not collect personal information of site visitors with cookies or otherwise.  Postings in the Everlasting Love Forum are public.  Purchases are made through PayPal on their secure servers and we never see any credit card information.  We have not but reserve the right to contact our customers with special offers or newsletters as well as entries into contest giveaways we offer from time to time.  To receive mailings we suggest you join our Yahoo Group Filipina Courtship Secrets .






© IOPP 2004 All rights reserved