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Sunday, April 5, 2009
White lily - majesty, purity; Pear blossom - health, hope; Orchid - beauty, refinement; Tulip - symbol of the perfect lover; Violet - modesty, simplicity
Rose - one of the most popular and well-known flowers, comes in a variety of hues and shades, each of which has a different significance. Make sure you're sending that special someone the right message with the right-coloured rose!
•red - the universal symbol of love, can also signify courage, beauty, and respect.
•white - these elegant flowers are a wonderful way to show someone you care. They're commonly associated with purity and innocence.
•light pink - can make a great gift for a friend. They're symbolic of fun and happiness.
•yellow - is an emblem of platonic love and friendship, symbolizing joy and promise of a new beginning.
Flowers have a unique language that's been used by people for hundreds of years to convey emotions without words. So whether you're celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or just want to help a loved one feel extra special, flowers are a truly wonderful way to express your feelings.