Monday, February 13, 2012

Meaning of Valentine's Flowers


Red roses symbolize love and passion
Yellow roses symbolize friendship and joy
White roses symbolize purity and innocence
Pink roses symbolize appreciation or “Thank you”
Orange roses symbolize enthusiasm, desire and fascination

Daisies symbolize beauty, innocence and purity. They are always a favorite to receive.

Tulips symbolize a perfect love. They are a good Valentine’s Day pick since they’re classic and affordable.

Known as Peruvian lilies, these symbolize friendship and devotion. They’re easy to find in most neighborhood supermarkets.
Casa Blanca Lilies

Casa Blanca lilies symbolize beauty, class and style. People love the stunning blooms’ heady fragrance.

Orchids symbolize love, beauty, luxury and strength. They also send a message of exotic seduction.

Carnations symblize fascination and new love. These cheerful blooms are hearty and very affordable.

Sunflowers symbolize warmth, happiness and loyalty. These spirit-lifting flowers are available all year round.

Dark blue or purple irises symbolize royalty. No matter their color they symbolize faith and hope.

Gardenias symbolize purity and joy and connote deep, old-fashioned love. These are loaded with fragrance and will definitely make a statement on Valentine's Day.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the infomation on the meaning of flowers. I can't believe that so many flowers have meaning.