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The floral definition of the Camellia Rosa or the pink Camellia makes it the perfect flower for long distance lovers: It symbolizes a heartfelt longing of the sender for the recipient.
When in passionate Love, adding the red Camellia to your bouquet can mean only one thing to the intended recipient: that he or she is the very life of the fire in your heart.
Most of life's most endearing moments aren't those with the loud bangs and fireworks, but the sparks of different colors that light up our lives. The white Camellia is one such a spark that says "You're simply adorable".
Of all the Carnations, pink carnations carry the most weight in terms of meaning and history. Legend has it that pink Carnations made their first appearance at the spot where the Virgin Mary¡¯s tears fell when she wept at Jesus¡¯ suffering. The pink Carnation embodies the sentiment that says "I'll never forget you" and is aptly so a Mother's Day flower.
Nothing shows love and affection like a red carnation in a beautiful bouquet of flowers. It professes a fondness for the receiver, one that speaks of a heart yearning for affection, a heart filled with admiration. It¡¯s the perfect gift not only for Mother's day but for all who find themselves enchanted by a feminine heart.
The wild child of all Carnations, the purple Carnation is a flower that speaks of unpredictability, capriciousness and of exciting, unknown times to come. This is a flower for those who are eternally young at heart. Never say die!
The white Carnation, a flower worn to all first exams at Oxford University is also one that is every woman's good luck gift. As a message from sender to recipient, this delicate flower will profess innocence, a purity of love and also the sentiment "You are sweet, you are lovely...".
Akin to the striped Carnation, the yellow Carnation is another herald of ill-feeling, yet with a deeper sting. It's symbolism states a disappointment, be it in love or in everyday life. It refers to rejection, something that cuts far deeper than a simple 'No'. Beautiful as this flower may be, use it with caution.
Carnation (Solid Colour)
Wish to include a short, but very sweet answer in your bouquet? If so, add any solid colored Carnation to the arrangement to give the answer of... "Yes!"
There comes a time in most people's lives where a striped Carnation becomes the most appropriate flower to the occasion. Perhaps a harbinger of heartbreak, the striped Carnation is a beautiful way to say "No" or "I wish I could...", be it in love or in life.
The white Chrysanthemum says it best in only one word: Truth.
The yellow Chrysanthemum, beautiful as it may be, has the unfortunate task of carrying a message that indicates a love that is taken for granted, one that is not taken seriously at all. In its simplest terms, it means love that is not reciprocated.
With its soft lavender petals, the heather flower will make the perfect addition to any bouquet as a message of admiration. These flowers have also been known to be the floral embodiment of solitude.
Consider the white heather flower as a very important gift as it not only promises protection but also divines that all of the recipient's wishes will come true.
Give someone a bouquet containing the blue hyacinth, and it will mean apromiseofconstancy. While this may be interpreted in many ways, the ultimate message is one of rock-solid steadiness which may spell a life of constant happiness and bliss.
Unfortunately no one is perfect as we all make mistakes. However it is never too late or too early to say we are sorry. The purple hyacinth flower begs the forgiveness of a hurt loved one and also professes our sorrow.
Hyacinth (Red or Pink)
Wish to encourage a bit of excitement in life? The red and pink hyacinth flowers have only one meaning attached to them: let's play. After all, no one is ever too old to be young again.
The white hyacinth is serenity itself and exudes loveliness. It also has religious connotations which state "I'll pray for you".
They say jealousy makes you nasty. If that's true, then the yellow hyacinth acts a harbinger of that nastiness with its message of jealousy (but also makes an extremely bright addition to any floral bouquet).
The Latin name for the lily, Lilium, is derived from the Greek 'leirion' which is thought to be the Madonna lily. It indicates virginity and purity and an esteemed measure of loftiness. And for those romantics who live for love, these serene white flowers also convey a message which lovingly states "It's heavenly to be with you".
The beautiful yellow lily shares its color with the summer sun and therefore also embodies the floral meaning of happiness and will let the recipient know that the sender is "walking on air"!
So called because these flowers open at sunrise and wither as the sun sets, their botanic name, Hemerocallis, comes from the Greek 'h?mera' meaning 'day' and 'kalos' meaning 'beautiful'. These elegant flowers with their large silky flower heads are the Chinese symbol for 'Mother' and, in terms of floral meaning, well, let's just say it's a flower with a lot of flirt.
Also known as the Amazon lily, the Eucharis lily has a soft white flower head that seems to exude ass certain innocence. It is therefore a flower perfect on its own or as part of a bouquet that bears the meaning of "Maiden Charms".
Tiger lily is a common name for three different types of lilies- the Wood lily, the Michigan lily and lilium columbianum all native to North America. This vivacious flower bears the floral meaning of wealth and pride, making it the perfect gift for those with the mighty feline heart.
Aside from representing death in a traditional capacity, the red poppy may in actual fact also represent something a little more light-hearted: pleasure. So as an indication of pleasure in whatever form one chooses, these flowers will make the perfect addition to any bouquet.
The color white is usually associated with purity and virginity. But, when presented with a bouquet containing white poppy flowers, know that it represents consolation.
Perhaps the perfect gift for those suffering from seemingly endless bouts of failure and monetary problems, the yellow poppy constitutes the meaning of both wealth and success. Should the intended recipient be facing dire straits, why not send a bouquet exclusively of these bright and cheerful flowers - it will make the perfect gift.
Including its general meaning of love, the Bridal rose symbolises a happy love which, according to many, translates as the beginning of a love and life shared in bliss with a significant other.
Rose (Dark Crimson)
Beautiful as they are, dark crimson roses are usually associated with mourning. Make this the ideal addition to those funereal bouquets to extend a beautiful semblance of sympathy with those left behind.
The Hibiscus rose makes the perfect gift to be exchanged between young lovers in love. Its floral meaning points to delicate beauty which means, combined with pink, red and white roses, the hibiscus rose will make for the perfect combination of a promise for long, lasting love.
Ah, not a complete rose but nevertheless, still a part of a rose. And as such, the rose leaf brings a message that says "You may hope" which is sure to fill the heart of many young men and women with a burst of joy and excitement.
One of the few roses with a double meaning, the pink rose is a symbol for perfect happiness. As to the other meaning, well, let's just say that when faced with distrust in a friendship or a relationship, the pink rose pleads "please believe me".
The famed red rose; the subject of song and art. Its symbolism is simplistic yet powerful. It means love and carries the message of "I Love You".
The tea rose will make the perfect gift for those who value sentiment above all else. It is a symbol of remembrance and carries the message "I'll never forget".
The thornless rose symbolizes love at first sight - something extremely rare and amazingly beautiful. Make the most of life and don't let this chance slip by. Either on its own or in a bouquet, this flower will send the message loud and clear, sealing that moment in eternity.
Next to the red rose, the white rose is the most famed and loved of all. It symbolizes innocence and purity and declares to the recipient "I am worthy of you". Shared between lovers this flower will convey a message stating "You are heavenly" whilst on a darker, more mysterious note, the white rose is also a symbol for secrecy and silence.
Rose (Red & White Mixed)
The white and red rose, a combination of the two most well known colors, is both the floral emblem of England and a symbol of unity.
The white-dried rose is the ultimate statement of virtue. Its meaning is simple and states that "death would be better than a loss of virtue".
Receive a yellow rose and take care, it could either mean jealousy or be a sign of withering love. It is in fact a plea from the sender that implores "Try to care".
The red rosebud forms the blossom of young love and will declare the recipient pure and lovely in the eyes of the sender.
The white rosebud is a flower that can be shared between girlfriends and in a family of girls as it is symbolic of girlhood.
The moss rosebud, when received, is a harbinger of joy and excitement as its floral message conveys a confession of love.
When presented with the red tulip, one may either surmise that it is an entreaty which states "Believe me!" or, quite simply, a declaration of love.
The variegated tulip is perhaps one of the few flowers to reference a body part. In fact, it is a flower of praise as to the aesthetics of the windows to the soul, which, in English, means "You have beautiful eyes".
Perhaps you won't always be able to smell them, but at least they look amazingly attractive. The blue violet declares a promise of faithfulness but may also represent watchfulness.
Receive a white violet and know that someone is willing to take a chance, making it the perfect bouquet addition for the wild at heart and those with a daring nature
The magenta zinnia makes a perfect gift on its own or as a part of a bouquet. Its floral meaning embodies a promise of lasting affection, thereby heralding a life of love, bliss and... affection.
For those who represent the steady things in life and are often the foundation of any type of relationship, the scarlet zinnia will make the perfect gift as it represents constancy.
As white is traditionally associated with virginity, purity and truth, it will come as no wonder when presented with the white zinnia flower that they embody the floral meaning of goodness.
Consider the yellow zinnia flower as a symbol of daily remembrance in any capacity. As a gift, this will let someone know that they will live on in the heart and memory.