I did create a sensation in a flower shop once by asking for the rose whose color indicates desire. It’s coral by the way. I bought a bouquet and so did the six people who were behind me in line that changed their minds from what they had in hand. Giggles.
But seriously, let’s look at some other flowers and what they mean.
Red chrysanthemum means “I love you!” I didn’t know that.
The Daisy means innocence and hope.
Red Salvia means “You are mine forever.” Vampires should be sending those perhaps.
Willow means sadness.
A red Tulip is a declaration of love.
A Morning Glory denotes affection.
At this link you will find more: http://www.almanac.com/content/meaning-flowers
My favorite flowers are peonies, wisteria and lilacs. I could not find them all on that list so I found another list.
The Peony means healing.
The Wisteria means steadfast.
Lilacs mean first love.
These meanings come from the site: http://www.aboutflowers.com/flower-a-plant-information-and-photos/meanings-of-flowers.html
What are your favorite flowers? Do you know what they mean?
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