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Which flowers to send this Valentine’s Day

Which flowers to send this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is approaching. While many people prefer to send roses to their loved ones, there are other flowers also that can be sent on this day. Each of them carries different meanings.

Read on to find out what each flower symbolizes:

People send roses on Valentine’s Day as they symbolize love, romance, unity, and purity.

Besides, other flowers like lilies, orchids, tulips etc. are also sent on this day.

Here is the meaning of different flowers sent on Valentine’s Day:

  • Lilies signify faithfulness and loveliness. There are different colours of lilies, each colour has its own meaning. White lilies represent purity and elegance. Pink lilies signify prosperity, orange ones denote confidence, red lilies represent passion and love, and yellow flowers symbolize gratitude and delight.
  • Orchids are gifted to your valentine as well as family members. Orchids symbolize wealth, honesty, grace, and relationship. Besides, orchids can be gifted in the form of a potted plant as it denotes long-lasting love. In addition to that, gifting rare type of orchids is considered a deep love.
  • Carnations represent love and charm. They are available in different colours and each has its own meaning. While the dark red flower symbolizes deep love and warmth, light red flower denotes admiration. White colour denotes pure love and fortune, and the purple colour indicates impulsiveness. Pink carnations represent the everlasting love of a mother. Hence, many people do not prefer this colour flowers to gift on Valentine’s Day.
  • Tulips are also available in different colours. The shape of the flower is believed to represent the heart of the sender of these flowers. These flowers represent true love and passion.
  • Daisies symbolize virtue, loveliness and trustworthiness. They are available in different colours.
  • Though peonies symbolize love, grace, honour, prosperity and abundance, they are not gifted commonly on Valentine’s Day.

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