Flowers and Love
Throughout the modern history of the world flowers have always been given to symbolise love and affection. The languages of love and flowers have evolved together throughout the years. Valentine’s Day is the perfect time of year to show how much the language of love and flowers have grown together. Flowers are the perfect symbol to show your partner how much you love and care for them.
When select the perfect bouquet to send to your lover this year take into account how special the flower is to them and what message it will relay to them. You can use many guides which help you know what flowers mean what messages. Below is a famous quote from John Alderton in the movie Calendar Girls:
“The flowers of Yorkshire are like the women of Yorkshire. Every stage of their growth has its own beauty, but the last phase is always the most glorious. Then very quickly they all go to seed.”
Below is a little list of some flowers which might give you some ideas which flowers you need to buy this Valentine’s Day:
Red Carnation: Has the meaning of admiration and the heart aching for your lover.
White Carnation: Means innocence and pure love.
Daffodil: Refers to unrequited love and the sun is always shining when your with your partner.
Forget-Me-Not: Is the symbol of true love.
Pink Rose: Perfect happiness.
Red Rose: This is probably the most popular love flowers in the world and it means perfect love and eternal love.
So please whichever bouquet of flowers you decide to buy this year make sure it means the correct meaning for you and your partner.