Wednesday, February 7, 2007
A popular tendency is to associate Valentine's Day with a single type of flower – the Valentines Day rose. There are many other flowers too that are gifted on Valentine's Day. There is a reason why each of these flower is given on Valentine's Day. So start knowing there meaning. Call up the florist and book your favorites to make your valentine know how much you love him/her.

The giver associates each valentine day flower with a particular meaning and the recipient is suppose to get that meaning. These meanings are not accepted by everyone. Yet there seems to be a consensus on this matter, which enables people to communicate using flowers. Flowers express the best!
  • Tulip is “love and passion”. This is, in some ways, similar to red rose, which means love, respect, and courage.
  • Yellow tulip, on the other hand, conveys the sense “hopeless love”.
  • Hibiscus indicates delicate beauty and heather suggests admiration and beauty.
  • Ivy means a more specific type of love, namely wedded love.
  • Lotus flower means “separated love”
  • Lily of the valley means “let us make up” or “return of happiness”.
 
posted by Dave Richards at 9:03 PM |


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