Flowers with their meaning that you could gift on valentine’s day

Valentine’s day is around the corner and we are secretly wishing up to our boos and baes to get pretty flower bouquets. Sad there’s only a rose day when there are such other pretty flowers in the world that can be gifted to people. And sadly, there are so many people who think flowers are only gifted to their love interest on Valentine’s. 

Find all these flowers, and a thousand more at the 14th International Flora Expo from 22nd – 24th February 2019 at Pune.

Flowers are used to express love and devotion that is not always romantic. Even different colours of roses have different meanings altogether with red being the colour of romance, yellow rose signifies friendship, white rose signifies forgiveness, dark pink roses tend to symbolize appreciation and gratitude and so on. So, let’s have a look at these beautiful flowers and the significance:

Carnation: Fascination. Love. Distinction. A pink carnation means affection, while a red carnation means ‘I love you.’ Striped carnations mean regret that a love is not shared, while white carnations mean pure love, and yellow means rejection or disappointment.

Azalea: With their gorgeous pink blooms and glossy green foliage, azaleas are a popular choice for Valentine’s Day flower bouquets. Depicting femininity and developing passion, it also reminds loved ones to take care of themselves when they are given this fragrant flower as a gift.

Gladioli: Along with Lilies, the Gladiolus is the most traditional and commonly-used flower at funerals. They represent strength and character, as well as integrity. Including them in your arrangement is saying a lot about your feelings toward the person who passed away.

Camellia flower: The delicate camellia flower lends its feature to its symbolism: passion, perfection, desire, and polish. The also symbolize the longing to be with the beloved. Giving camellia flowers to your beloved is a good call.

Daisy: Daisies have a long history and are found in a wide range of colours. It is actually an herb and symbolizes innocence, stability, sympathy and cheerfulness. Suitors would wear a Daisy during the days of knighthood, and the women would include a Daisy as part of their mementos to signify availability.

Sweet Pea: Sweet Peas signify blissful pleasure, but are also used to say good-bye. They are a native flower plant of the eastern Mediterranean region from Sicily to Crete. Like the daisy, they are seen in a variety of colours. Gardeners often enjoy them for their lovely fragrance and large blooming range (March to November.)

Forget-Me-Not: Since they symbolize true love and continued remembrance, forget-me-nots are typically used in arrangements from the spouse of the deceased person.

Now that we have so many feelings and options, we can always express our feelings to a person with the help of flowers. Also, if you don’t receive any flowers for Valentine’s don’t forget to buy one for yourself.

Find all these flowers, and a thousand more at the 14th International Flora Expo from 22nd – 24th February 2019 at Pune.

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