Rose Gifts for Mother’s Day

Is the mom in your life a lover of roses? Try these rose gifts to make her Mother's Day extra special this year.

Treasured as much for their fragrance as their beautiful appearance, roses are beloved by many people around the world. If the mom in your life loves this special flower, these rose gifts will be sure to make her Mother’s Day a happy one.

Rose Gifts

Downton Abbey Rose – Anna’s Promise
If your mom was addicted Downton Abbey, she’ll love the line of roses inspired by the show. Anna’s Promise is my favorite, a grandiflora with a fruity fragrance. There are other roses in the line too, including Edith’s Daring and Violet’s Pride. Find these rose gifts at or other rose retailers.

Rose Gauntlet Gloves
Caring for roses properly takes a lot of time and effort, and a bit of a special talent. It can certainly be a thorny endeavor, though. Help your mom protect her hands and arms with a pair of rose gauntlets. They have tough materials on the hands and then extend all the way up to arms to the elbows for complete coverage.

Real Rose Jewelry
If you really want a unique one-of-a-kind gift, try real roses preserved into jewelry. Artisans like Wicked Woods Jewelry on Etsy sell a variety of reasonably-priced, hand-crafted rose gifts. Mom will get compliments every time she wears one of these pieces.

Fresh Cut Roses Yankee Candle
Is there anything better than the fragrance of roses filling the house? For the days when her own roses aren’t quite in bloom, Yankee Candle’s Fresh Cut Roses provides the scent instead. Yankee Candle even lets you personalize their candles, making these rose gifts unique.

Crabtree & Evelyn Rosewater Bath Products
Mom can take the sweet fragrance of roses wherever she goes with the shower gels, hand creams, and more from Crabtree & Evelyn’s Rosewater Collection. Rose essence has been used for centuries for better skin, and C&E distills their fragrance from the classic “hundred petal rose.”

Old-Fashioned DIY Rose Jars
Don’t have a lot to spend? You can make these easy DIY rose jars yourself with just a few supplies. Buy roses at the grocery store to fill them with dried petals. Or, leave them empty for Mom to fill with the best roses of her garden all season wrong. Get the DIY here.

Jill Staake
Jill lives in Tampa, Florida, and writes about gardening, butterflies, outdoor projects and birding. When she's not gardening, you'll find her reading, traveling and happily digging her toes into the sand on the beach.