Beautiful blooms have always been associated with expressing love. Everyone appreciates a gorgeous arrangement; it almost doesn’t matter what the flowers are. That said, there are certain flowers that have traditionally been considered more romantic than others. Make sure to include them in your bouquet or arrangement if you want to express a message of romantic love for your recipient:
Roses are the best flowers for saying, “I love you.” This year-round favorite is also England's symbol and is traditionally worn during occasions like St. George's Day. This symbol of love is the most popular flower on Valentine's Day.
Symbolizing love, loyalty, innocence, and purity, the daisy is another romantic flower. Did you know that though its flower head looks like one singular flower, it is made up of several small and tightly packed florets?
‘Perfect love’ is the traditional meaning of tulips. Red tulips in particular denote a declaration of love according to Victorian flower language. After they are cut, these lovely blooms continue to grow if put in water, curving majestically toward light. They are some of the biggest selling flowers not only in Holland but also in the world.
Lilies mean beauty. These gorgeous flowers bloom until late autumn and come in three types: yellow, red, and purple. In Greek poetry, this flower symbolized tenderness and was often used to describe the voice of beautiful muses. They have been in cultivation for more than 3,000 years.
Symbolizing love, seduction, beauty, and refinement, orchids make fantastic arrangements. They are native to semi-tropical and tropical regions such as Asia, Central America, and South America. Dendrobians and Cymbidiums varieties are geourges and widely available.
Carnations mean fascination and are perfect to give to someone whom you are only starting to date (and would like to see some more). They have a long lasting quality—lasting as long as three weeks after cutting—making them a perfect display.
In the language of flowers, if you want to ask someone if he/she still loves you, send lilacs. These heavenly blooms are available in lavender and white. They can be expensive and mostly available in May.
Sunflowers let you express undying loyalty. It’s a fast growing plant cultivated all over the world, including North America. Did you know that it is also Russia’s national flower? And that Native Americans had many uses for it—like food oil?
Consult a local florist for romantic flowers who can guide you in choosing such flowers. They can also suggest pairings and combinations that best express your sentiments.
About the Company:
Flowers by Pouparina is one of the best florists in Miami, Hialeah and surrounding areas offering same day flower delivery to these locations. Their garden was established in 1967 by an immigrant Cuban family. They provide fresh flowers and bouquets for all occasions and make special events even more exceptional.