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Flower Types and Meanings



What Your Flowers May Be Saying


Carnation: Tradition is very important to you. Your down-to-earth attitude and innate ability to keep confidences makes you one of the most loyal and trusted friends. As a result, you are always surrounded by loved ones who come to you for guidance.

Daisy: You notice things others miss. For example, the different shades of pink in the sky as the sun sets, the hint of sadness behind someone’s smile-which means you are a natural at drinking in all life has to offer.

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Iris: You tend to get bored quickly with day-to-day routines. In order to maintain your great vitality and creativity, you need to follow your inspiration wherever it may lead. You thrive and prosper in jobs and situations where you are your own boss.

Lily: You are a nurturing person. In fact, people are drawn to you. A few words from you can make people feel worlds better. It’s no wonder many say you would be a great therapist! However, you shouldn’t feel like you have to ease everyone’s troubles; your caring alone accomplishes more than you realize.

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Rose: You are the kind of woman that will bring the Prince Charming out in a man. You are also the kind of friend who gets called first with news-big or small. Despite your wide social circle and busy agenda, you have a secret need for alone time and you will sometimes even feel a little shy.

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Tulip: You thrive on change. You are always dreaming up some way to improve yours and your family’s lives. But just as a tulip blooms in the same spot each year, deep down inside, you are often content with what you have.

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Rose Colors And Their Meaning


Red Roses: Love, Respect, Courage

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White Roses: Reverence, Purity, Innocence, Secrecy

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Red and White Roses: Unity

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Peach Roses: Gratitude, Appreciation, Admiration, Sympathy

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Pink Roses: Gratitude, Appreciation, Admiration, Sympathy

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Yellow Roses: Joy, Gladness, Freedom, Friendship

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Flower Tidbits


Gerbera Daisies: These lively, festive flowers originated in Africa and are now cultivated in a dazzling array of cheerful colors.

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Gladioli: Pliny the Elder, a Roman scientist of the first century A.D. named these stately flowers. Struck by the resemblance between the sheath of the flower and the weapon that was carried by Roman soldiers, he called the flower “gladiolus” from the Latin word “gladius” which means sword.

Tulip: The tulip, a symbol of life, love and immortality, actually dates back to the time of Confucius. By the late 1600’s in Holland, bulb prices often exceeded the price of precious metals. A single bulb is said to have sold for more that $2,000.

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Snapdragons: These old-fashioned favorites with the whimsical name are native to the Mediterranean. Their Latin name is Antirrhinum, meaning like a snout. Other common names for these flowers are calves’ snouts, lion’s lips, toad’s mouth and rabbit’s mouth.

Lilies: These striking trumpet-shaped flowers are one of the oldest known to humans and are thought to have originated in the Orient. Throughout the ages, they have been popular motif in both secular and religious art.

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