5 Romantic Types Of Flowers And Their Meanings

Flowers

Sending flowers to your significant other is not only welcome on Valentine’s Day. Besides, one day isn’t enough to celebrate your love for one another, spend each day like one! Or at the very least, don’t just show this romantic gesture on this day only.




Whether you’re planning to buy a bouquet of flowers or cut fresh picks for your partner, go the extra mile and educate yourself on the meaning of each bloom so you can find the one that best suits your admiration for the recipient.

If you’re still unsure as to what sweet-smelling flower to send your partner’s way, we’ve got here five of the common and well-loved romantic types of flowers to help you:

Tulips

Tulips are one of the most popular flowers. Colorful tulips are best matched and delivered to someone with a cheerful personality. While a white tulip symbolizes an apology or sending sympathies, a bouquet of colorful tulips sends an appreciation for the recipient. It’s recommended to send on birthdays, anniversaries, or casual occasions.

Casa Blanca Lilies

Take a different route and give your partner something as special as they are.




Casa Blanca Lilies signify class and beauty with ease. These white Oriental blooms are dramatic and sophisticated in a sense even without much decor, put a string or a thin paper wrap around, is enough for it to look stunning. No wonder since these graceful blooms are expensive! So for a very special occasion that requires very special blooms, go for these Oriental sweet-smelling picks.

roses

Roses

There’s no doubt and contest about this one. Roses have been around for as long as we can remember and it’s considered as one of the most romantic flowers ever. No wonder why you see it everywhere on Valentine’s Day!

You can never go wrong with roses. It’s the go-to flowers to send for any occasion. Roses send out the message of genuine passion and love for the recipient. You can express your deep love care of roses only!

Camellia

The ever beautiful Camellias that are native to Japan and China and are famous winter- and spring- flowering shrubs signifies faithfulness, strength, and resilience. This is a wonderful choice for a couple that is celebrating long years of togetherness. Opt for a romantic hue such as pink or red to better convey the meaning.

Sunflowers

Sunflowers are everywhere nowadays: on clothing, bags, shoes, everywhere. But that doesn’t diminish the joy and authenticity of giving and receiving these blooms.

If you want to cheer up your partner’s day, a bouquet or one freshly picked sunflower will do the job to warm and cheer them up. Sunflowers exude genuine happiness. If you want to show how much your partner makes you happy on a random day, you can never go wrong with sunflowers.




Whatever the occasion may be and no matter how long you’ve been together as a couple, these types of flowers shall fit at any event and point of your lives. Best of luck on your relationship and never fail to make each other happy!

 

About the author: Fond of anything floral, Chie writes for Roses Only, one of the world’s most iconic rose brands. They supply roses with genuine long stems from the finest producers in the world.

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