04 Sep 2018

Your Flower Dictionary

Your Flower Dictionary Photo

Too many occasions with only one perfect gift: Flowers. The thing is, flowers have their own language and through each flower you send, you send certain vibes, so we think that if you get to know more about each flower, it would be much easier for you to decide for the right ones to get in order to convey the right message.
That’s why we brought to you the Flower dictionary,

The Chrysanthemum

It comes from a Greek word, “Chrys” means golden (the color of the original flowers) and “anthemum” means flowers. It blooms in various forms, it’s a good choice if you’re thinking about decorative flowers. The Chrysanthemum symbolizes fidelity, optimism and long life. And regarding the colors, The red Chrysanthemum conveys love, the white ones symbolizes truth and loyal love, and the yellow ones symbolize slighted love.

Roses

They are the most popular flower in the world and this is because of its wide variety in terms of color, fragrance, and size. The rose is a symbol of love, beauty and even war and politics from way back in time. They act as a great addition to home and office decor. Roses were considered the most sacred flowers in ancient Egypt and were used as offerings for the Goddess Isis. They have also been found in Egyptian tombs, where they formed into funeral wreaths.

Tulips

They are the third most popular flowers worldwide next only to the Rose and the Chrysanthemum. They are some of the most popular spring flowers. The word Tulip came from the Turkish word “tulbend” for a turban. Tulips symbolize imagination, dreaminess, perfect lover, and a declaration of love.

Gerbera

Coming from the family of Sunflowers, Daisies, and Asters. Gerberas symbolize innocence and purity. They are available in a massive array of colors.

Orchids

They are derived from the Greek word “orkhis”. They symbolize fertility and elegance. White orchids symbolize innocence and purity, as well as elegance, Pink orchids symbolize femininity, grace and joy. Yellow orchids symbolize friendship and new beginnings. Purple orchids symbolize royalty and admiration, Orange orchids symbolize pride, enthusiasm and boldness.
The pink orchid is the traditional flower of a couple’s 14th and 25th wedding anniversary.

Lilies

The Lily flower symbolizes purity and defined beauty, based on the color, the Lily flower can convey different messages,
White Lily, conveys modesty
Orange Lily, symbolizes passion
Yellow Lily, symbolizes joy.

Spider flower

The Spider flower is not a flower that everyone knows about, it is a bit more unique. It’s hard to find as it grows basically in one spot in the world. The spider flower is a sign of true love.