Flowers

anthurium

Anthurium Flower

The Greek meaning of the word ‘Anthurium’ is ‘Tail Flower.’ The heart-shaped open flower has gained the symbolism of Hospitality. They are mainly gifted to relatives and friends.

 


Alstroemeria

Alstroemeria Flower

Alstroemeria is assumed to symbolize the ever-lasting beauty of commitment, care, friendship and devotion. There are others however, who claim that this flower symbolizes.


 

Aster

ASTER (genus) Flower

The flower symbolism associated with asters is daintiness, love, from Greek word for “star.” Asters are believed to have healing properties. Asters were laid on the graves of French soldiers to to symbolize the wish that things had turned out differently. There are many varieties of asters that are popular garden plants. Asters grow in all hardiness zones. fortune, prosperity and wealth.

 

bird of paradise

BIRD OF PARADISE

The flower symbolism associated with the bird of paradise flower is freedom, good perspective, faithfulness (when given from a woman to a man). The bird of paradise flower is so-named because of a resemblance to the actual bird of paradise. In South Africa it is commonly known as a “crane” flower. The leaves are large, 30-200 cm long and 10-80 cm broad, similar to a banana leaf but with a longer petiole, and arranged to form a fan-like crown of evergreen foliage.


 

red Carnation

CARNATION

The flower symbolism associated with the carnation is fascination, impulsiveness, capriciousness, joy, devoted love; disdain, refusal (white only). Carnations were used in Greek ceremonial crowns. The name carnation may come from the Greek carnis (flesh) and refer to the incarnation of God made flesh. The English name derived from the flower name, from French carnation, meaning “complexion,” from Italian carnagione, meaning “flesh-colored.”CARNATION The flower symbolism associated with the carnation is fascination, impulsiveness, capriciousness, joy, devoted love; disdain, refusal (white only).


rose

Rose

The flower symbolism associated with roses is love, remembrance, passion (red); purity (white); happiness (pink); infidelity (yellow); unconscious beauty, and I love you. Wild roses have five petals. This has led to their symbolic connection to the wounds of Christ in Christian iconography. The rose also symbolizes the Virgin Mary herself, who was known as the “Mystic Rose.


 

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

Flower is symbol for every moment. No matter what we are celebrating, a new baby, a birthday or anniversary, whether we want to say thank you, congratulations, get well or we always thinking of flower.
Symbols of wealth, fidelity and truth, chrysanthemums have been grown in Chinese gardens for more than 2,000 years. A gift of chrysanthemum flowers conveys your pure intentions, whether to a spouse, friend or business associate.


Cymbidium

Cymbidium (Orchids)

The most highly coveted of ornamental plants, the delicate, exotic and graceful orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength. In ancient Greece, orchids were associated with virility. In fact, Greek women believed that if the father of their unborn child ate large, new orchid tubers, the baby would be a boy. If the mother ate small orchid tubers, she would give birth to a girl. Ancient Chinese revered orchids as “ Lan Hua” epitome of human perfection.


 

Delphinium

Delphinium(Orchids)

Victorian language of flowers associated delphinium flower meaning with devoted attachment to your love, big-heartedness, enthusiasm, fun and lightheartedness – symbolizing delphinium’s magnificent beauty, its star-shaped flower and its vibrant mostly blue color. Decorating your home with bunches of delphinium flowers could give a cheerful aura inside your home. It is also one way of representing your hospitality, enthusiasm and kindness towards your visitors.


 

Freesia

Freesia

Freesia flowers convey a variety of meanings, including friendship, innocence, thoughtfulness, perseverance and being high-spirited. In the language of flowers, freesias were traditionally used to convey friendship. Contemporary florists, noting its graceful appearance, recommend freesia for someone who is graceful under pressure.


 

gardenia

Gardenia

The added beauty of these flowers is that they convey intense emotional meanings, which if given as a gift, helps express a person’s feelings to someone. The gardenia, therefore, signifies joy, purity, secret love and is associated with thoughts of beauty.


 

Gerbera

Gerbera

Gerbera is an ornamental plant from the sunflower family (Asteraceae). It was named in honour of the German naturalist Traugott Gerber. Gerbera is the fifth most important cut flower in the world.
The Gerbera flower suggests enduring purity.


 

Hydrangea

Hydrangea

The language of flowers was first developed during the Victorian Era, a period marked by the reign of England’s Queen Victoria. During this time, flowers became a popular method of exchanging secretive messages. Flowers have been used to express love, desire, rejection, thanks–a variety of human emotions. Before giving blue hydrangea flowers to a loved one, understand the meaning of the flower.


 

Iris

Iris

The flower symbolism associated with the iris is faith, wisdom, cherished friendship, hope, valor, my compliments, promise in love, wisdom. Irises were used in Mary Gardens. The blade-shaped foliage denotes the sorrows which ‘pierced her heart.’ The iris is the emblem of both France and Florence, Italy.


 

Lily Oriental

Lily Oriental

Lilies have traditionally been associated with purity and chastity. The flower is associated with Virgin Mary. In Greek mythology, it is a symbol of motherhood and rebirth as it is believed to be formed from Hera’s milk. The Oriental lilies are extremely beautiful and a ‘universal symbol for beauty’. They express an air of wealth and decadence. Therefore, they are great as congratulatory gifts for people who have been recently promoted or even those who have found their dream job.


 

Peony

Peony

A peony represents wealth and honor. They also embody romance and love, and are regarded as the omen of good fortune and happy marriage. It is also the state flower of Indiana, and the 12th wedding anniversary flower.


 

snapdragon

Snapdragon

The snapdragon flower has something of a dual nature when it comes to symbolism. Because of their history of cloaking women from undesirable affections, they are often thought to mean deception and denial. On the other hand, snapdragons are thought to be representative of a whimsical, gracious nature. They are also occasionally associated with strength, dignity and unique beauty. When given as a gift, these flowers may encompass either meaning, or perhaps even both – telling the recipient that you find them to be enchanting, but dangerous.


stock flower

Stock

A symbol of happy life and contented existence, the stock flower, with its sweet, heady-scented blooms, is native to Southwestern Greece and the Mediterranean.


 

 

Sunflower

Sunflower

The sunflower moves itself in the most direct position in front of the sun so it can get the maximum sun rays. This is symbolic of spiritual faith, and worship because we follow our belief system as the sunflower moves to face the life-giving rays of the sun.


 

Tulip

Tulip

Tulips are symbolic of fame and perfect love. The symbolic meanings also change with the color of the tulips. Red tulips mean “believe me” and are a declaration of true love. Variegated tulips mean “you have beautiful eyes.” Yellow tulips mean “there’s sunshine in your smile” and cheerful thoughts. Cream colored tulips mean “I will love you forever.” White tulips symbolize heaven, newness and purity. Purple tulips symbolize royalty. Pink tulips mean affection and caring. Orange tulips mean energy, enthusiasm, desire, and passion.