Language and meaning of flowers

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Language and meaning of flowers

Post by Admin on Tue May 19, 2009 12:01 pm

Each flower have a meaning. The language of flowers was developed especially in the Victorian era, when flowers were sent to communicate a feeling or a message in a less obvious manner.


Red roses signifies true love, white roses signify eternal love, peace and innocence.
Yellow roses transmitted platonic friendship or love and pink roses signify grace.


Red tulips transmitted a statement of love, while yellow - a declaration of love without hope.


Orchids are used since antiquity to symbolize seduction. In ancient Greece Orchid is a symbol of manliness and Chinese thought that orchids have various curative properties, using them to protect against diseases.


An expresive flower - has very different meanings depending on color. White lily signifies purity and the pink version transmits a message of prosperity.

Alstroemeria or Peruvian Lily

Alstroemeria is a flower with a spectacular color, like a miniature lily is a symbol of friendship and devotion, can be offered along with other flowers or bouquets just with Alstroemeria.


Some of the older flowers, carnations symbolize fascination in general and even love. White carnations are used to express purity and good fortune and the red for affection and love.
(to be continued........)

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