One of the most meaningful and classic Valentine’s Day gift ideas is flowers, but with all the options out there, it can be hard to choose the bloom that will mean the most to your loved one.
However, in a sea of pink and red flowers, there are a few that will get across the best message.
Acacia – In the language of flowers Acacia is often associated with Secret Love.
Cyclamen – This popular Valentine’s Day gift has heart-shaped leaves. The most popular are varieties are those with red flowers. Gee, I wonder why …..
Forget-Me-Not – In the language of flowers Forget-Me-Not is often associated with ‘sing of love’ or friendship.
Hyacinth – In the language of flowers Hyacinth is often associated with constancy (blue), please forgive me (purple), and beauty (white).
Ivy – In the language of flowers Ivy and it’s vine are often associated with fidelity, wedded love, and friendship.
Lilacs – In the language of flowers Lilac is often associated with emotions of love (purple) and youthful innocence (white).
Lily – Another Valentine’s Day favorite, Lilies are one of the oldest and most spectacular flowers on earth exhibiting brilliant colours including hot pink.
Love-In-A-Mist – When you are in love, you’re on Cloud Nine.
Orchid – In the language of flowers Orchid is often associated with love, refinement, beautiful lady and many children.
Passion Flower – In the language of flowers Passion Flower is often associated with igniting your passion.
Ranunculus – Brilliantly colored, these most often come in multiple layers of delicate, crepe paper — thin petals, looking like an origami masterwork.
Roses – The red rose is the universal symbol of romantic love and passion. Need we say more!?
Sunflowers – In the language of flowers Sunflower is often associated with longevity, loyalty, and adoration.
Tulips – In the language of flowers Tulip is often associated with perfect love or declaration of love
The Valentine Flower – Did you know there’s a flower, and it is not a rose, that is called the Valentine Flower!?
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