5 common flowers and their meaning

5 common flowers and their meaning

Flowers have a language of their own and different messages can be expressed with them. Even different flower colors have meanings associated with them. Have you ever considered the meaning associated with the flower you bought for someone? Understanding the meaning of flowers can add a special dimension to your choice of flower arrangements, especially when it comes to gifting flowers. Here  are some common flowers and their meanings.

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  1. Carnations

Carnations come in a wide range of colors. Generally, carnations express love, fascination and distinction, but almost every color carries its own association.

White carnations are associated with purity and good luck, while pink carnations are given as a sign of gratitude. A purple carnation symbolizes capriciousness and a yellow one symbolizes disdain.

 

 

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  1. Daffodils

Daffodils express regard and chivalry, and while a bunch of daffodils signifies  joy and happiness, given a single bloom, a daffodil foretells misfortune.

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  1. Orchid

This delicate and graceful flower represents love, beauty and strength. It signifies proud and glorious femininity and represents rare and delicate beauty.

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  1. Rose

Signifies love in its various forms. A red rose expresses enduring passion, the white one expresses innocence, while yellow roses express friendship and joy. Pink roses represent admiration and gratitude while the purple ones represent love at first sight.

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  1. Tulips

While the meaning of tulips is generally perfect love, different colors carry their own significance. Red tulips are associated with true love, and yellow tulips represent cheerful thoughts. White tulips send the message of forgiveness while the purple ones symbolize loyalty.

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