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The biggest problem can be seen straight from the thumbnail version. At small size, this logo is barely visible and totally unreadable. The black background kills the logo as it is way too thin and contains colors that are not bright enough to contrast with it.
But besides this major problem, this logo is pretty neat. Simple, elegant and memorable.
I may be not a fan of the green to red gradient. But it may work better and a brighter background.
Keep it up!
I really like this, but I agree with Shawali, the black background has to go. I would also get rid of the gradient or make the transition area much smaller so it doesn't go onto the top of the leaf to the left. Just a bit thicker on the text and symbol would help, but I love how delicate it is, so don't over do it!
I like the symbol a lot. I do think it might get too thin in a couple spots on the swirl. But that is mostly a nitpick.
I'm personally not a fan of the font. I feel like I need glasses to make out the letters, and I don't know if a heavy-up would fix that, or just ruin the small handles on the letters.
Ditch the background, the font, and refine the rose symbol. I agree about the gradient, also it can be really difficult to have gradients and fine lines come out right against a dark background when sent to print. While the gradient you did with the rose is really pretty, gradients in general may not always print right.. A logo should look the same in both screen and print. Think of murphy's law... If something can go wrong, it usually will. :)