A mystical flower offered to a prince by an old beggar woman, in return for shelter from the cold. Turned away by the prince and seeing that there was no love in his heart, she cast a spell on him that transformed him into a beast.
What does the enchanted rose symbolize?
It symbolizes the Beast’s need to reform from his past life of excess and vanity, as well as be gentler towards others. The rose is not only a vital part of the story but a vital part of the Beast. This is his last chance to change who he is for the better, or he will remain the terrifying creature he holds inside.
What do the rose petals mean in Beauty and the Beast?
A rose symbolizes love, but this particular rose is dying–just like the Beast’s hopes for true love. Even more importantly, the rose symbolizes the fragile nature of life and the Beast’s need to reform from his previous life of vanity and excess in order to restore his kingdom.
How does Enchanted Rose work?
Each rose stands upright in a glass dome. If left encased in the bell glass, the rose can last forever without sunlight or even water. If removed from the protective cloche, it will still retain its recently-plucked appearance and remain wilt-free for up to 3 years.