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Meaning of 5 Different Flowers for Valentine's Day

Published: Monday 10 February 2020

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Meaning of 5 Different Flowers for Valentine's Day

A red rose can seem like the go-to Valentine’s Day gift when deciding what to get your partner. Don’t get me wrong, it’s hard to go past the classic bouquet of red roses. But if you are looking to switch it up this Valentine’s Day, here are our top floral suggestions to find the perfect flower that represents your relationship!

 

1. Red Roses

The original Valentine's day flower, the Red Rose is a widely known symbol for love and passion. 

  • One rose symbolises love at first sight.
  • Two roses symbolise shared and deep love.
  • Three roses says “I love you”.
  • Six roses says “I want to be yours”.
  • Seven roses says “I’m infatuated with you”.
  • Nine roses symbolise eternal love.
  • Ten roses says “You’re perfect”.

Check out are amazing range of rose arrangements on our site for some Valentines day inspiration!

 

2. Pink Tulips

Tulips generally mean perfect love or deep love. Tulips are also associated with rebirth because tulips are one of the first flowers to bloom in spring.

Pink Tulips symbolise happiness and courage, so you should gift this to your partner if you are really excited and happy about your relationship.

 

3. Purple Orchids

Orchids generally mean fertility and elegance, however purple orchids symbolise admiration and respect. If you admire your partner, why not gift them some purple orchids on Valentine's day.

 

4. Pink Roses

You may already know that roses mostly correspond with love and passion, however roses can also mean secrecy or confidentiality. Pink roses particularly symbolise, gratitude, grace, admiration, and joy.

Show your loved one your gratitude and joy for them this Valentine’s Day with a beautiful pink rose.

 

5. Carnations

Carnations grow in a large range of colors including white, red, pink, yellow, and purple. 

The key to giving the right color carnation to your partner is understanding what each one symbolise:

Pink carnations symbolise gratitude while red carnations symbolise affection. If you wish for good luck and purity in a relationship give your lover a white carnation.

Or you can give a bouquet of mixed carnations, if you cannot decide!

 

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