It’s February and love is in the air. Whether you’re thinking of ordering flowers for your special someone to prepare for Valentine’s day, or you’re picking out flowers for yourself this year, it can be hard to determine exactly what flowers to send and why. Of course, roses are a great option, but they aren’t the only option out there – and why not step out of your comfort zone and surprise your loved one with a fresh bouquet packed with meaning?
Believe it or not, the flower you send can send a message. Here’s a quick guide to the secret language of common flowers, so you can be sure to say the right thing.
Mums are a gorgeous flower that look great in pots, in bouquets, or in your yard. They have meanings such as friendship, cheerfulness, and rest, which make them a great addition to any garden. Here’s a breakdown of some common chrysanthemum colors.
Have you deciphered your next bouquet? Or perhaps you’re wondering what the most recent flowers you received really mean. While the flower language was often used back in the day to communicate with young lovers in secret, most people don’t know the meanings of flowers off hand. But, with spring around the corner, you have the opportunity to fill your garden with beautiful blossoms full of intent and meaning. Why not use the secret language to plant some hidden messages?
What are message are you planning on planting this year?
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