Bloomex's Valentine's Day Flower Meanings
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Bloomex's Valentine's Day Flower Meanings


This Valentine's Day, if you are searching for inspiration that is a bit more outside the box , don't overlook the many other types of flowers you can choose to send this year. 

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Perhaps the flowers are not for romance, and you wish to convey good wishes, friendship, caring or concern this year. Or perhaps they are for romance, but you want to make a very special statement this time around. 

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Whatever sentiment you want to express this year, say it with flowers! The history and meanings of flowers and herbs have circulated for thousands of years. During the Victorian era, flower dictionaries and books outlining the special "language" of flowers were extremely popular. Why not revive this custom and make a special selection this Valentine's Day? You can even include the flower meaning on your special card message to help convey your intent with the bouquet.

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Carnations are a very popular Valentine’s Day flower. Their sweetly ruffled delicacy is very feminine, they last well, come in many colours and have a delicate fragrance. Traditionally a red carnation shows love, pride and admiration, pink demonstrates the love of a woman or mother, and white symbolizes innocence and pure love. All Carnations are a wonderful choice for Valentines' Day. 

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They may be the traditional choice, but you can never go wrong with roses for Valentine's Day (or any other day!). Roses are the queen of the sweetheart bouquet, always gorgeous and rich with colour. White roses symbolize enduring or everlasting pure love, and in the Victorian era the white rose became the queen of the bridal bouquet. Pink roses signify beauty, love and enduring grace. Lavender roses often mean enchantment or love at first sight. Red roses symbolize more passionate love, while pink suggest adoration and sweetness.Roses are available for amazing prices at Bloomex- Be sure to check all our many options and Rose Specials!

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Lilies are always a beautiful and romantic choice that will be a graceful element of any Valentine's bouquet. Lilies come in many varieties including oriental, stargazers, asiatics and callas. Many of these come in stunning shades of pink, red and burgundy that would be stunning in bouquets. Lilies in general symbolize beauty. Yellow lilies are said to represent gaiety and lighthearted cheer, while orange lilies represent passion. Pink lilies often show caring and friendship.

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Tulips are not just for the Dutch. Tulips are a very beautiful, romantic flower that are often sent to show delicate, but firm beauty. Tulips come in many colors, each with a significant meaning. Send yellow tulips to declare that you are “hopelessly in love” with your beloved. Red tulips are a “declaration of love.” Pink tulips show “caring.”

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Orchids, a high-quality, premium cut flower, are always fine options for romantic bouquets. Orchids are graceful, beautiful, colorful and bring a bouquet to life. Orchids can be used in contemporary bouquets or traditional designs; whatever you wish! Use the lofty reputation of orchids to show your sweetheart that she truly is the finest person in your life.

There is no flower more instantly enchanting than the iris. This beautiful flower can be any color from a deep purple to a beautiful blue. Iris means “friendship and hope; inspiration.” What better way to say that after all these years, your sweetheart is still your best friend?

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Yes, the daisy. Daisies, which mean “innocence,” are wonderful, beautiful flowers that fill the room with joy. Any time of the year, but especially near Valentine’s Day, daisies are a great choice for your romantic bouquet.

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