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What do flowers convey?

What do flowers convey?

Flower Meanings:

Different flowers have different symbolic meanings, and they can be used to convey a variety of emotions and messages. Here are some of the meanings associated with some popular flowers:

Roses: Roses are often associated with love and romance, and they come in a variety of colors, each with their own meaning. Red roses are the most popular for Valentine's Day and are associated with love and passion. Pink roses are associated with grace and elegance, and yellow roses are associated with friendship and joy.

Lilies: Lilies are associated with purity and innocence, and white lilies are often used in funerals and as a symbol of sympathy. Pink lilies are associated with prosperity and abundance.

Tulips: Tulips are associated with love and passion, and red tulips are often given as a declaration of love. Yellow tulips are associated with cheerfulness and happiness.

Orchids: Orchids are associated with luxury and refinement, and they are often given as a symbol of appreciation and admiration.

Carnations: Carnations are associated with fascination and love, and pink carnations are often associated with a mother's love. Red carnations are often associated with admiration and deep love.

Sunflowers: Sunflowers are often associated with adoration, loyalty and longevity.

Iris: Iris are often associated with faith and hope, and blue iris are often associated with wisdom and trust.

Daffodils: Daffodils are often associated with new beginnings, and they are one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring.

Daisies: Daisies are often associated with innocence and purity, and they are also associated with loyal love.

It's worth noting that flower meanings can vary depending on cultural and regional differences, and this is not an exhaustive list. Some flowers have different meanings in different cultures and time periods.

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