Each year there are many special occasions to give the gift of flowers, the first one most people think about is Valentines Day. And the flower choices you have are plentiful.
How wonderful it is that we can communicate our sentiments with the simple act of giving beautiful flowers. They can evoke curiosity if received from a secret admirer, show the confirmation of our love, or appreciation for being a special friend.
There is no better time to tell someone how you feel about them, then on Valentines Day. So remember to put special thought into a card to go along with the flowers, and put in words what is in your heart.
When giving flowers as a gift, you'll likely want to take flower meanings into consideration. Flower meanings are special in that they convey messages to tell us about our lives, including our relationships, as they communicate special feelings towards those we give the flowers to.
A rose may express a strong feeling of passion, a yellow tulip may indicate that someone is hopelessly in love. Red carnations, represent longing, while striped carnations represent a refusal of love.
Surprisingly, the word rose when rearranged spells Eros, the god of Love. A red and a white rose together symbolize the affirmation of a maiden's love. Red roses: I love you, unconscious beauty.