Aster are wild and free girls from North America and southern Europe. With more than 600 different specieis they are widely distributed and can be called one of many names including Starworts, Michaelmas Daisies, or Frost Flowers. Symbolically they ward off evil and appeal to the gods. ..
Flurry Carnations come in a variety of colors representing diverse array of messages for all occasions. For instance, white carnation often express purest of love and passion. Pink carnation show your affection toward the recipient. And red carnations get to the point and say “I love you with all my heart”.On the other side, striped carnation can express regret and apology. When feeling disappointed grab yellow carnation to brighten up the mood. ..
Daffodil symbolize new beginnings, inspiration, memory, and forgiveness. Rather than color based symbolism, they are actually known for different meanings in different country. For instance, when you are in China, they are symbolic of good fortune while in Japan, they symbolize joy and happiness. In Europe, they represent hope in France. While in North America, they are the official symbol of cancer association and symbolic of hope...
Contrary to the classic association of “love me” or “love me not” picking of the petals, daisy flowers actually represent a token of love and they are sacred symbol of Virgin Mary in Christianity. In the west they are representative of simplicity and classic tradition. The yellow variety of daisy represent vitality and creativity...
Gladiolus represent a strength of character and sincerity. There are hundreds of different species of gladiolus and come in a range of colors including pink, purple, yellow, orange, white, and green. They are considered flower of freedom because you often see them grow in the wild. ..
With its erect, and multiple blooming flowers, they express wide range of emotions from desire, pure of heart to strong attachment and love. In Native American legend, the larkspur flowers sprouted where the celestial being descended upon in order to come down to earth from the heavens. In Christian legend, the flower symbolises trust in Christ. Despite the legend the exotic flowers make a great pick for any bouquet. ..
Lily fill the room with its intoxicating smell, they represent devotion and purity. Lilies are associated with rebirth, reinventin, and motherhood. However make a great gift for new mothers and for all other occasion. Often, it is used to create dynamic spread of bouquet because of their undismissable presence and widely recognized, elongating petals. ..
Marigold are native to both north and south America, but can be found around the world. Symbolically these flower have a long standing ties to the sun and are often gifted to people for their power to resurrect. ..
Eurasian plant under the same umbrella as daffodil with outer perky petals. Great presence that speaks loud and proud for itself.They generally grow in spring along with their sisters. Did you know that they are the most popular flowers in Germany. ..
Primrose is edible! I know right. Shocking. Well that is what sets them apart. They are often used in tea brew and cuisine. Primrose are also resilient flower plant that can last long term with you with next to little attention. They do appreciate the right drainage and can also be gifted as a token of appreciation and friendship...
Rose is tradition and world known symbol of love and affection. However with the wide variety of colors available, rose can be gifted to personalize variety of sentiments including friendship, care, and empathy. Red Roses represent love, beautry, courage, and passion. Great way to send messages like “I love you” or “Courage” and hope. White Roses represent a union, and happy love. It is often a great pick for union and weddings Pink roses scream appreciation and admiration, sweetness and joy. Great gift for anyone you wish to express your gratitude for the happiness they brin..