Valentine's Day Flowers with Meaning
Valentine's Day is the perfect time to express your feelings with flowers but do you know what you're saying?
A bouquet of red roses says "I love you".
However a posy of Petunias means something entirely different.
|Glamor Girl Head Vase|
Fill this demure head vase with orange or coral roses which indicate desire.
A mixed message?
Maybe, but one your Valentine will love!
|Royal Ruby Vase|
Say you are there forever with a mix of red and white roses symbolizing unity.
For that extra special touch present them in this Royal Ruby Vase.
|Fostoria Frisco Vase|
To tell your love how much Joy they have brought into your life fill this lovely yellow vase with yellow roses.
|Forest Green Ring Vase|
Compliment your valentine's beauty with a bouquet of daisies.
Give them in this lovely green vase and she will remember your thoughtfulness all year.
|Jefferson Lined Heart Vase|
Tell your Valentine "you're heavenly" with white roses and create a spectacular presentation use the blue opalescent vase appropriately called Lined Heart.
Don't give white rose buds as you will be sending an entirely different message.
|Rainflower Royal Ruby Vase|
Red chrysanthemums, tulips, and carnations all say I love you.
But make sure they are all red.
Striped carnations mean the end of a relationship!
I hope you have enjoyed learning about the meanings of flowers and that you will present you flowers in a lovely vintage vase. Happy Valentine's Day!
To learn more about floral lexicons visit http://hendry.ifas.ufl.edu/HCHortNews_FloralLexicon.htm