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Language of Flowers

Fuschia Gerberas

Fuschia Gerberas

Red Gerberas

Red Gerberas

White Alstromaria

Pink Alstromaria

  • Amaryllis - Taller than other flowers, suggested Pride to the Victorians in England
  • Anemone - Flourishes in high, blustery terrain suggests Abandonment
  • Anthurium - A gift of Anthurium confesses a man's intense Attraction
  • Camellia - Stands for Honest Excellence. It told a Victorian lover "My destiny is in your hands"
  • Chrysanthemum - Blooms in November it stands for the light of Hope in Dark
  • Delphinium - Swiftness and Light, derived from the Greek word for "dolphin"
  • Freesia - Reminds a loved one that love may be careful and Calm, as well as rushed and passionate
  • Gardenia - Represents feminine Grace, subtletly and artistry
  • Gerbera - Pretty and strong, suggests enduring Purity
  • Gladioli - "Lilies of the field" they represent Natural Grace
  • Gypsophila - Commonly known as baby's breath represents Pure of Heart and Innocence
  • Heather - Red heather promised Passion, white heather promised Protection from rash, passionate acts
  • Hibiscus - A symbol of delicate beauty and is the state flower of Hawaii meaning Sieze the Opportunity
  • Honeysuckle - Because it winds its long wild stems around the branch it represents The Bonds of Love
  • Hyacinth - Young Love, so transcendent, so self-obsessed, so often fatal, manifests itself in the hyacinth's blooms
  • Hydrangea - In Victorian England, to send someone hydrangeas was to suggest that he or she has been Boasting
  • Jasmine - Emblem of Good Luck and increase
  • Lavender - In Victorian times, a gift of lavender meant I Don't Trust You,
  • Lily - The pure white lily in Victorian flower language translated as youthful Innocence
  • Mimosa - The feathery, furry mimosa is known for its exquisitie touch and stands for Sensitivity
  • Narcissi - To the Chinese, the narcissus is the sacred lily, symbol of purity and promise and suggests Egotism
  • Orange Rose - With their warm vibrant tones they symbolise Desire & Enthusiasm
  • Orchid - Their intense scent almost too much for daylight, stands for Ecstasy
  • Pansy - Representing the thoughts of Lovers, shared before a word is spoken
  • Peach Rose - Mixed with orange and yellow, peach confirms gratitude and tender feeling. Friendship is the true meaning.
  • Pink Rose - The rose of sweet thoughts, femininity, elegance and refinement meaning Perfect Happiness
  • Poppy - Suggests the consolation of rest, the wonder of Dreams, and the sleep of death
  • Ranuculus - Small charming flower was said in Victorian times to tell a lover that he or she was rich in Charm and attraction
  • Red Rose - The identification of the red rose with beauty and with deep and passionate Love
  • Rosemary - Anne of Cleves, marrying King Henry VIII, wore a crown a rosemary as it symbolises Rememberance
  • Sunflower - The sunflower promises Power, warmth, nourishment - the attributes of the sun itself
  • Sweet Pea - Beacuse Sweet Pea blooms constantly, the flower for Lasting Pleasure in the Victorian language of flowers
  • Tulip - In Persia, to give red tulip was To Declare You Love.
  • Violet - A dream of violets was said to fortell an advancement in life, representing a pledge of Faithfulness
  • White Rose - Lve beyond the body, love of the soul. Suggesting purity and Silence
  • Yellow Rose - A popular cowboy song "The yellow rose of Texas is the only girl for me" a yellow rose spoke of Jealousy
  • Zinnia - In 1920, the botanist Luther Burbank produced the most beautiful variety, Zinnia elegans. Meaning Absence