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5 Flowers and Their Meanings July 9, 2019

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5 Flowers and Their Meanings, Branford Center, Connecticut

Flowers are an iconic gift suitable for weddings, birthdays, holidays, and a variety of other occasions. However, many flowers have unique meanings that make them particularly suitable for certain situations. Whether you’re giving roses, lilies, or carnations, understanding the symbolism behind each flower will help you make your gift even more special.

The Meanings of 5 Popular Flowers

Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are often given as an expression of thanks or other sincere emotions. It's a popular choice for weddings, Mother's Day, or for a gift for a good friend. Hydrangeas bloom in white, pink, green, blue, and purple, which makes them perfect for any flower arrangement.

Roses

rosesRoses are one of the most iconic symbols of love. Roses represent passion, romance, and affection, but each color has a slightly different meaning. Red roses represent passion and romance, which makes them a popular choice for Valentine's Day. White roses, on the other hand, represent purity and eternal love, and they’re a common sight at weddings. Pink roses often represent femininity, but depending on their shade, they can express gratitude or joy.

Carnations

Much like the rose, each color of carnation carries a different meaning. Most carnations carry meanings of pride and beauty, but pink carnations symbolize a woman’s love, making them a perfect Mother's Day flower. Much like a white rose, a white carnation can symbolize innocence.

Lilies

Lilies represent purity and innocence, and white lilies are often used at funerals. In this setting, they symbolize the innocence that the soul of the departed has regained after their death. However, lilies aren’t just limited to somber occasions — their implications of purity make them common sights at weddings.

Chrysanthemums

If you're looking to give a flower arrangement to congratulate someone or encourage someone to get well, chrysanthemums are a sure bet. Also known as mums, these flowers represent joy, optimism, and well-wishing. 

 

 

Understanding the meanings of different types of flowers will help you decide on your next flower arrangement. Whether you’re looking for roses, lilies, or any other type of flower, the expert florists at Myers Flowers in Branford, CT, can help you choose the right flowers for any occasion. Visit their website to view their selection of bouquets or call them at (203) 481-2381 to ask about their offerings.

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