Now that Valentine's Day is around the corner you can start your research on flowers to select for your significant other that convey your feelings and sentiments just the way you want them to. Below are a few flowers along with their symbolism:
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1. Red Roses
Most people like to present red roses to their significant others on Valentine's Day. It is because they symbolize love and romance. Since the beginning of Valentine's Day the traditional red roses are used as a symbol of romantic love.
Daisies represent purity and innocence. It’s been only a few years since people have started giving daisies on Valentine's Day to loved ones. These flowers are available in cheery and bright hues that represent happy and optimistic feelings. These are often presented to close friends.
Tulips are available in several different colours and each of them symbolizes different feelings. Purple coloured tulips mean royalty, yellow coloured tulip mean intense love, pink coloured tulip mean care, white coloured tulip mean forgiveness and red coloured tulip mean romantic love. Florist in Brisbane suggests using red tulips in bouquet for your significant other.
Carnations are one of the most popular flowers that are presented to significant others on Valentine’s Day. Similar to tulips, every colour of carnations means a different sentiment. Yellow carnations symbolize happiness, white carnations symbolize remembrance and pink carnations symbolize gratitude.
Daffodils are bright coloured flowers that mean loyalty or chivalry. These are often presented to family or close friends on Valentine’s Day.
These are some of the flowers and their meanings that are frequently given to loved ones on Valentine’s Day.