Orange Flowers

Orange flowers gift 150x150 Orange FlowersOrange is a bright and sharp color that can bring life to any floral arrangement when orange flowers are added to it. Orange is a lively and glitzy color that actually holds the energy and warmth expressed by red and happiness and sunshine that is expresses by yellow. According to feng shui, orange is believed to be the color of being “social” and it promotes conversation. According to Feng Shui it is the correct color that should be used in floral arrangements kept in living rooms and kitchens.

Energy, happiness, Confidence, creativity, stimulation and pride all are expressed through orange flowers and with each variation in shades of orange a different message can be evolved. The shades of orange flowers may rangeOrange daisy Flower 150x150 Orange Flowers any from vermillion to ginger.

  • Red orange flowers are a sign of aggression, dominance, enjoyment, sexual desire and passion.
  • Dark orange flowers are associated with the lack of trust and deceit.
  • Gold orange flowers can symbolize wisdom, wealth and high quality.
  • Citrus orange flowers suggest good health.
  • Peach flowers stand for friendliness.

orange flowers 150x150 Orange FlowersNow take care of one thing that never gift dark orange flowers to your sweetheart because that will definitely offend him or her. Always consider the meaning of flowers and the message that they deliver because we never want to deliver wrong message to our loved ones that may hurt them or made them feel bad. Orange flowers are broadly used in floral arrangements to add grace and sophistication, but also to stimulate affection, power and delight. Orange flower arrangements are exceptionally striking, as the orange color is greatly evident and it calls for attention.

Orange flowers are found in great variety.

Orange Lily Hatred, Dislike orange lily  150x150 Orange Flowers
Tiger Lily Wealth, Pride, Prosperity Tiger Lily 150x150 Orange Flowers
Strelitzia Magnificence Strelitzia flowers 150x150 Orange Flowers
Orange rose Desire, Enthusiasm, Passion Orange rose 150x150 Orange Flowers
Peach Rose Sociability, Desire, Admiration, Appreciation Peach Rose 150x150 Orange Flowers
Orange Gerbera Daisy Warmth, Fascination, Creativity Orange Gerbera Daisy 150x150 Orange Flowers
Marigold Affection, Cruelty, Grief Marigold flowers 150x150 Orange Flowers

Preserving Fresh Flowers with Bleach

pink beautiful flowers3 150x150 Preserving Fresh Flowers with BleachWhen ever one receives the floral arrangement as gift or if one cuts the flowers from one’s own garden whatever the source of getting the fresh cut flowers the person owning them always want to preserve their freshness and beauty for longer period of time. The flowers can stay fresh for long only if they are kept free from bacteria. Many times when you buy flowers from florists they provide you with the flower preserver and this is for what it is given by florists. It is either called flower food or flower preservative. If you haven’t bought your flowers from florist that means you do not have this commercial preservative so now if you want your flowers to stay fresh for longer try out this and have home made floral preservative.Preserving Fresh Flowers 150x150 Preserving Fresh Flowers with Bleach

  • Put the flowers in the water that is at room temperature or little warmer as cold water is not suitable for flowers because it have the tendency to shock the flowers.
  • Now add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice half teaspoon of bleach and one table spoon of sugar to the water and mix all well. This is going to work the same way as the florist’s food pack does normally for the cut flowers.
  • Now set your flowers in the prepared water and cut the stems of flowers at bottom at an angle of 45 degrees.
  • If you want to keep your flowers look healthy for longer period of time Preserve Fresh Flowers 150x150 Preserving Fresh Flowers with Bleachkeep refreshing the water in the vase every two days and adding the lemon, bleach and sugar the same way. Every time when you change the water do cut the stems of the flowers the same way too.

Enjoy your fresh flowers for longer period of time and have the colors of flowers prevail all around your house to bring the freshness.

Fun Facts about Flowers

fun and flowers 150x150 Fun Facts about FlowersFlowers have been seen by everyone around everyday but who stops and concentrates on them to find out how and why each flower is different or what is astonishing about a certain flower? Let’s discover today some fun facts about different flowers all around the world as to astonishment of many people there are around 400000 species of flowers grown in world.

  • Roses are valued for their romantic symbolism but their blooms are also edible and have the flavors of green apples and strawberries.
  • Amazingly, Tulips can continue to grow as much as an inch per day after being cut.
  • flowers fun 150x150 Fun Facts about FlowersChrysanthemums are one of the few flowers that can be cultivated bonsai style.
  • Chrysanthemum blooms can be as small as 1 centimeter or as large as 25 centimeters.
  • Symbolism such as imagination, dreaminess, and a declaration of love is a big part of the allure of Tulips.
  • There are over 15,000 species of roses cultivated across the world. The rose family also includes pears, apples, cherries, plums, peaches, apricots, and almonds.
  • Most tulips have two to six leaves, but a few species can have up to 12 leaves.funny flowers 150x150 Fun Facts about Flowers
  • In Malta, chrysanthemums are associated with funerals, making it unlucky to keep the flower indoors.
  • Sunflowers are able to soak up radiation.
  • Titan arums are the world’s largest flowers at almost 10 feet in height.
  • Angiosperm is the scientific name for flowering plants. It means “seed bearing.”
  • The scientific name of sunflowers is Helianthus, Helia for sun and Anthus for flower.
  • Sunflowers are one of the fastest growing plants. They can grow 8 to 12 feet tall in rich soil within six months.flowers1 150x150 Fun Facts about Flowers
  • Sunflower heads consist of 1,000 to 2,000 individual flowers joined together by a receptacle base. The large petals around the edge of a sunflower head are individual ray flowers which do not develop into seed.
  • Crossbreeding was common in the 1800s when Luther Burbank successfully crossed an oxeye field daisy with a Japanese daisy to produce the Shasta daisy, which is not a daisy at all but in fact a chrysanthemum.
  • Flora was the Roman Goddess of flowers and her name continues to be used as a collective term for plant life and flowers.

The tulip, a symbol of life, love and immortality, actually dates back to the time of Confucius. By the late 1600’s in Holland, bulb prices often exceeded the price of precious metals. A single bulb is said to have sold for more that $2,000.

Flowers Info

Flowers Info 150x150 Flowers InfoFlowers is the right way to describe heart feelings with others and flowers make beautiful and friendly relationship even your friend or enemy is angry with you then you just give white and others colorful flowers  with some love and then you see how your flower magic and angriness is totally changed into beautiful and friendly relation.

beautiful Lilies 150x150 Flowers Info• Lilies:
The striking trumpet-shaped flowers are one of the oldest known to man and are thought to have originated in the Orient. Throughout the ages, they have been popular motif in both secular and religious art.
• Tulips:
The tulip, a symbol of life, love and immortality, actually dates back to thebeautiful Tulips 150x150 Flowers Infotime of Confucius. By the late 1600’s in Holland, bulb prices often exceeded the price of precious metals.
• Gerbera Daisies:
These lively, festive flowers originated in Africa and are now cultivated in a dazzling array of cheerful colors.
• Here is the list of flowers of territories and provinces of Canada.

British Columbia

Pacific Dogwood

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Alberta

Pacific Dogwood Wild Rose

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Saskatchewan

Western Red Lily

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Manitoba

Prairie Crocus

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Ontario

Trillium

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Quebec

Madonna lily

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New Brunswick

Purple Violet

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Nova Scotia

May flower

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Prince Edward Island

Lady Slipper

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Newfoundland

Pitcher Plant

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Yukon

Fireweed

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Northwest Territories

Mountain Avens

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Nunavut

Arctic Poppy

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Pink Flowers

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Pink flowers transport serenity to your life and load your heart with adore. They are tender and delicate. Here we are going to look at different flowers that are found in pink color and their use in floral arrangements and in weddings. Here you will also get to know that what message each of those pink flowers deliver to your loved ones when you send them in floral arrangements. Pink color is the softest shade of red and pink is a symbol of everything that is womanly and lovable. Pink is s romantic color that gives an idea of optimism and joy, pink is all about less passionate romance and conveys the message of more purity than red.

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No matter if it is hot, soft, magenta or salmon pink flower that is sent each of them have its own statement. The different shades of pink flowers deliver different messages when gifted to someone.
• Pale pink flowers are elegant; they express kindness and become a sign of gratitude when you gift them to your loved ones.
• Deep pink flowers represent deeper, stronger feelings delivering the message of thank you to your beloved recipient.
• Light pink flowers articulate delight and pleasure and they always put in a touch of fun and youth.
Whether you want to go with pale blush or hot fuchsia, pink flowers cover up
a extensive range of emotions, and their different textures and shades offerPink Tulip 150x150 Pink Flowersyou the chance to be a versatile bride; dreamy, classy, charming. The most commonly used pink wedding flowers are:

• Roses
• Calla Lilies
• Stargazer Lilies
• Gerberas
• Tulips
• Carnations
• Orchids


pink bouquet 150x150 Pink FlowersThe list of flowers that are found in pink color and their meanings are here for you to guide you all the way long in your life when you would think of gifting aloved one of yours.

Pink flowers transport serenity to your life and load your heart with adore. They are tender and delicate. Here we are going to look at different flowers that are found in pink color and their use in floral arrangements and in weddings. Here you will also get to know that what message each of those pink flowers deliver to your loved ones when you send them in floral arrangements. Pink color is the softest shade of red and pink is a symbol of everything that is womanly and lovable. Pink is s romantic color that gives an idea of optimism and joy, pink is all about less passionate pink beautiful flowers 150x150 Pink Flowersromance and conveys the message of more purity than red. No matter if it is hot, soft, magenta or salmon pink flower that is sent each of them have its own statement. The different shades of pink flowers deliver different messages when gifted to someone.• Pale pink flowers are elegant; they express kindness and become a sign of gratitude when you gift them to your loved ones.• Deep pink flowers represent deeper, stronger feelings delivering the message of thank you to your beloved recipient. • Light pink flowers articulate delight and pleasure and they always put in a touch of fun and youth.Whether you want to go with pale blush or hot fuchsia, pink flowers cover up a extensive range of emotions, and their different textures and shades offer you the chance to be a versatile bride; dreamy, classy, charming. The most commonly used pink wedding flowers are:• Roses• Calla Lilies• Stargazer Lilies• Gerberas• Tulips• Carnations• OrchidsThe list of flowers that are found in pink color and their meanings are here for you to guide you all the way long in your life when you would think of gifting a loved one of yours.

Pink Rose

Sweetness, Elegance, Grace, Poetic romance

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Pink Lily

Prosperity, Health, Youth, Aspiration

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Pink Hydrangea

Delicate beauty, Sincerity, Grace, Acceptance

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Pink Gerbera Daisy

Friendship, Admiration, Sympathy, Gratitude

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Pink Tulip

Care, Love, Innocence, Joy

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Pink Daisy

Childhood, Innocence, Grace, Purity

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Pink Calla Lily

Grace, Gentility, Happiness, Pure innocence

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Pink Orchid

Pure Affection, Care, 14th Wedding anniversary

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Pink Hibiscus

Delicate beauty, Rare Beauty

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Pink Carnation

Mother’s love

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Black Flowers

Black Flowers1 150x150 Black FlowersBlack flowers are very unique and are not found much commonly. There is a certain way in which the black flowers are used in arrangements or on events or occasions like weddings or on funerals. Black flowers actually bring out a very Goth effect when used in decorations. Black is also supposed to be color of mystery and sophistication. Black represents the negation of color, it is sexy and mystifying on one hand and solemn and conventional on the other. In European culture black is the color of death sadness or grief while in Asian countries black color presents the positive meanings.

Basically all the natural black flowers are actually the very dark shades of purple, burgundy or maroon and there are also some tinted black flowers available too. Usually black flowers are not liked to be gifted as they mean farewell or departure so never go for gifting black flowers to a loved one of yours until and unless you want to deliver the message of breaking up to them. While being a symbol of sophistication and elegance the black flowers like a bouquet of black calla lily can be gifted when accompanied with fine diamonds, pearl or gold jewelry.

Black flowers appear nice when used with yellow flowers in arrangements as they are really bright. On the other hand the deep purple and burgundy flowers used with blacks will also give a complete look of charm of black. Emerald green, sapphire blue and ruby red flowers also appear bright in combination with black flowers.

The different flowers found in black color and what message they convey; the guide is here for you.

Black lily Death Black Lily1 150x150 Black Flowers
Black Calla Lilies Mystery,Elegance, Decadence, Lustiness Black Calla Lilies 150x150 Black Flowers
Black Orchid Power, Absolute authority Black Orchid 150x150 Black Flowers
Black Rose Death, Hatred, Farewell, Revenge BlackRose 150x150 Black Flowers
Black Tulip Farewell, Power, Strength Black Tulip 150x150 Black Flowers
Black Carnation Mourning, Death Black Carnation 150x150 Black Flowers

Quotes about Flowers

Quotes about Flowers 150x150 Quotes about FlowersFlowers since always have been an important part of humans’ life. This has played a wide role for writers and poets also as the beauty of flowers not only inspired them but also their work. Here are some quotations from Quran and different authors.

Bread feeds the body, indeed, but flowers feed also the soul.

The Quran
The poet’s darling.

William Wordsworth, “To the Daisy”
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And I will make thee beds of roses, And a thousand fragrant posies.

Marie-Antoinette, Queen

Where flowers bloom so does hope.
Lady Bird Johnson, Public Roads: Where Flowers Bloom

The world is a rose; smell it and pass it to your friends.
Persian Proverb

True friendship is like a rose: we don’t realize its beauty until it fades.

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Evelyn Loeb
In friendship’s fragrant garden,

There are flowers of every hue.

Each with its own fair beauty

And its gift of joy for you.

Friendship’s Garden

If love were what the rose is,
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And I were like the leaf,

Our lives would grow together

In sad or singing weather.

Algernon Charles Swinburne
He who wants a rose must respect the thorn.

Persian Proverb
The rose has thorns only for those who would gather it.

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We can complain because rose bushes have thorns,

or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.

Abraham Lincoln
The violets in the mountains have broken the rocks.

Tennessee Williams
Perfumes are the feelings of flowers.

Heinrich Heine, The Hartz Journeyflower quotes 150x150 Quotes about Flowers

Summer set lip to earth’s bosom bare,

And left the flushed print in a poppy there.

Francis Thompson, “The Poppy,” 1891
How can one help shivering with delight when one’s hot fingers close around the stem of a live flower, cool from the shade and stiff with newborn vigor!

Colette

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Flowers seem intended for the solace of ordinary humanity.

John Ruskin
When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other.

Chinese Proverb


Flowers S to Z

list of flowers 150x150 Flowers S to ZFlowers are a great source for humans to express their feelings without uttering a single world. Be it grief, happiness, joy, sadness, enmity, love or any other feeling that one holds in heart for other it can always be expressed through flowers. Here is the list continued with more flowers and their meanings to make it easier for you to express your feelings.

Saffron Beware of excess saffron flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sage Wisdom; long life; domestic virtue, great respect Sage flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Salvia (blue) I think of you Salvia blue flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Satin-Flower Sincerity Satin Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Scabious Unfortunate love Scabious Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Shamrock Lightheartedness Shamrock Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sloe Difficulty, Austerity Sloe flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Smilax Loveliness Smilax Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Snapdragon Strength, gracious lady; presumption Snapdragon Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Snowball Thoughts of Heaven Snowball Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Snowdrop Hope, Consolation Snowdrop flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Solidago Success Solidago Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Spearmint Warmth of sentiment Spearmint Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Statice Lasting beauty Statice Flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Star of Bethlehem Atonement; purity star of bethlehem flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Starwort Welcome to a Stranger Starwort flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Stephanotis Happiness in marriage; desire to travel; come to me Stephanotis flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Stock Lasting beauty; promptness, you’ll always be beautiful to me Stock flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Stonecrop Tranquility Stonecrop flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sytingia/Mock Orange/Lilac Memory Sytingia Mock Orange Lilac flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sunflower Loyalty; haughtiness; you are splendid Sunflower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sunflower (Tall) False riches, Pride sunflower tall 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sunflower ( Dwarf) Adoration Sunflower Dwarf 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sweet Basil Good luck sweet basil flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sweet pea Goodbye; departure; blissful pleasure; Thank you for a lovely time Sweet pea flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sweet-Sultan Felicity, Happiness Sweet Sultan flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Sweet William Grant me one smile; perfection; gallantry Sweet William flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Thornapple I dreamed of thee Thornapple flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Thrift (Armeria) Sympathy Thrift Armeria flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Thyme Strength and courage; activity Thyme flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Traveler’s Joy Rest, Safety Travelers Joy flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Trumpet Flower/Angel’s Trumpet/Datura Separation Angels flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Tuberose Dangerous pleasure Tuberose 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Tulip(general) Perfect lover, fame, flower emblem of Holland, Fame; charity; tulips flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Tulip(red) Believe me; declaration of love Tulip red1 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Tulip(variegated) Beautiful eyes Tulip variegated 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Tulip(yellow) There’s sunshine in your smile Tulip yellow 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Venus’ Looking Glass Flattery Venus Looking Glass flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Verbena Pray for me, Sensibility Verbena flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Vernal Grass Poor but happy Vernal Grass flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Veronica Fidelity Veronica flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Vervain Enchantment Vervain flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Vine Intoxicating Vine flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Violet Modesty; faithfulness, Virtue, Affection Violet flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Violet (blue) Watchfulness; faithfulness; I’ll always be true Violet blue flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Violet (white) Let’s take a chance on happiness violet white flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Virgin’s Bower/Clematis Filial Love (Filial: referring to a son or daughter) Virgins Bower flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Viscaria Will you dance with me? Viscaria flower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Wallflower/Gilly Flower Faithful in Adversity, Fidelity, Lasting Beauty Wallflower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Water Lily Purity of heart Water Lily flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Windflower Sincerity, Symbol of Love Windflower 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Wintergreens Harmony Wintergreens 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Wistaria I cling to you, Welcome Wistaria flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Woodbine Fraternal Love Woodbine flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Woodruff Sweet humility Woodruff flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Wormwood/Artemisia Absence, Do not be discouraged Wormwood flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Xeranthemum Cheerfulness under adversity Xeranthemum flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Yarrow Health; healing, Cure for heartache Yarrow flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Yew Sorrow Yew flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zephyr Flower Sincerity, Symbol of Love Zephyr Flower1 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia Thoughts of friends Zinnia flowers 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia (magenta) Lasting affection Zinnia magenta 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia (mixed) Thinking (or in memory) of an absent friend Zinnia mixed 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia (scarlet) Constancy Zinnia scarlet 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia (white) Goodness Zinnia white 150x150 Flowers S to Z
Zinnia (yellow) Daily remembrance Zinnia yellow 150x150 Flowers S to Z

And the guide for you for flower gifting completes here. Now whenever its about giving flowers to someone over an occasion or just for no reason consult this and you’ll always get delivered the perfect message.

Flowers Q to R

Flowers III 150x150 Flowers Q to RFlowers hold importance at every occasion and event and equal importance is held by their meanings because when it comes to gifting flowers to someone it counts a lot that what message you want to get delivered and which flower in what color can deliver that message on your behalf.

Quaking Grass Agitation Quaking Grass 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Queen Anne’s Lace Fantasy Queen Annes Lace 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Quince Temptation quince flowers 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Ragged Robin Wit Ragged Robin flowers 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Ranunculus I am dazzled by your charms Ranunculus flowers 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Reeds Music Reeds 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rhubarb Advice Rhubarb flower 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rocket Rivalry Rocket flower 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (bridal) Happiness Rose bridal 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (burgundy) Unconscious beauty Rose burgundy 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (coral) desire Rose coral 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (damask) Freshness, Persian ambassador of love Rose damask 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (dark crimson) Mourning Rose dark crimson 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (dog) Pleasure & pain Rose dog 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (green) I am from Mars rose green 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (hibiscus) Delicate, beauty Rose hibiscus 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (leaf) You may hope Rose leaf 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (lavender) Enchantment Rose lavender 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (black) Death Rose black 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (orange) Fascination Rose orange 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (pink) Perfect happiness, secret love, grace & sweetness, please believe me Rose pink 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (dark pink) Thankfulness Rose dark pink 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (pale pink) Grace, joy Rose pale pink 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (peach) Immortality, modesty Rose peach 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (white) Eternal Love; innocence; heavenly; secrecy and silence Rose white1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (red) Love, I love you, respect, beauty Rose red 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (deep red) Bashful, shame Rose deep red 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (tea) I’ll remember – always Rose tea 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (thorn less) at first sight, early attachment Rose thorn less 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (white & red together) Unity, flower emblem of England Rose white red 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (white-dried) Death is preferable to loss of virtue Rose white dried 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (yellow) Joy, jealousy, friendship (one yellow rose with 11 red ones means love & passion) Rose yellow 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Roses (single full bloom) I truly love you, simplicity. Roses single full bloom 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Roses (garland or crown of) beware of virtue, reward of merit, symbol of superior merit Roses garland or crown of 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose-of-Sharon Consumed by love rose of sharon 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (red and white) Together; unity Rose red and white 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (single, full bloom) I love you; I still love you rose single 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rosebud Beauty and youth, a heart innocent of love Rosebud 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose bud (red) Pure and lovely Rose bud red 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rosebud (moss) Confessions of love Rosebud moss 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Roses (bouquet of full bloom) Gratitude Roses bouquet of full bloom 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Roses (garland or crown of) Beware of virtue; reward of merit; crown; symbol of superior merit Roses garland or crown of1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Roses (musk cluster) Charming Roses musk cluster 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (tea) I’ll always remember Rose tea1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (cabbage) Ambassador of love Rose cabbage 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (Christmas) Tranquilize my anxiety; anxiety Rose Christmas 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (damask) Brilliant complexion Rose damask1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (dark crimson) Mourning Rose dark crimson1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose (hibiscus) Delicate beauty Rose hibiscus1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rose leaf You may hope Rose leaf1 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rosemary Remembrance; commitment; fidelity Rosemary 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rudbeckia Justice Rudbeckia 150x150 Flowers Q to R
Rue Disdain Rue 150x150 Flowers Q to R

Roses the most famous among all flowers and having the widest range of expressions expressible through them. There’s yet a long list to come for the flowers and their meanings…. Till then chill out and enjoy sending meaningful messages to your loved ones through flowers and let them figure out what you want to say.

Flowers K to P

flower list 150x150 Flowers K to PHere comes the continuity to the first blog regarding the flowers and their meanings. Keep checking out the hugest list of flowers and their meanings coming up for you so you get a life time guide for expressing each of your emotion to any one. Find with which flower you can express your love, inspiration, unlikeness, joy, sadness and all other feelings to any one without saying it out yourself. Let the flowers be your language.

Kingcup Desire for riches Kingcup flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Kennedia Intellectual beauty Kennedia flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Laburnum Forsaken; pensive beauty Laburnum flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Larkspur (pink) Fickleness; levity Larkspur pink flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Laurel (mountain) Ambition; glory Laurel mountain 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lavender Devotion, love Lavender flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lemon Zest Lemon flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lemon Balm Brings love Lemon Balm 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lemon Blossom Fidelity in love; I promise to be true Lemon Blossom1 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lemon verbena Attracts opposite sex Lemon verbena 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lilac First love Lilac flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lilac (purple) First emotions of love Lilac purple 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lilac (white) Youthful innocence Lilac white 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (general) Purity Lily general 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (calla) Beauty Lily calla 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (day) Coquetry, Chinese emblem for mother Lily day 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (eucharis) Maidenly charms Lily eucharis 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (orange) Hatred Lily orange 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (tiger) Wealth; pride, prosperity Lily tiger 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (white) Virginity; purity; majesty; it’s heavenly to be with you Lily white 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily (yellow) I’m walking on air; Lily yellow 150x150 Flowers K to P
Lily of the valley sweetness; return to happiness; humility; perfect purity, tears of the Virgin Mary lily of the valley flowers 143x150 Flowers K to P
Magnolia Sweetness; beauty; love of nature; nobility; dignity; splendid beauty Magnolia flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Magnolia (Chinese) Love of nature Magnolia Chinese 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mallow Delicate beauty, sweetness Mallow flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Marigold Comforts the heart; sacred affection, caress, sorrow Marigold flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Michaelmas Daisy Afterthought; farewell Michaelmas Daisy flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Milk Vetch Your presence softens my pain Milk Vetch flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mimosa Sensitivity, secret love Mimosa flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mint Protection from illness; warmth of feeling; virtue Mint flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mistletoe Kiss me; affection; I surmount difficulties; sacred plant of India, magic plant of the Druids Mistletoe flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Moss Maternal love; charity Moss flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Motherwort Secret love Motherwort flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Moonwort/Honesty Forgetfulness Moonwort Honesty flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mouse-Ear Chickweed Simplicity Mouse Ear Chickweed flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mugwort/Wormwood Tranquility, happiness Mugwort Wormwood flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Mullein Good nature Mullein flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Myrrh Gladness Myrrh flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Myrtle Love; love in absence; remembrance; Hebrew emblem of marriag Myrtle flowers1 150x150 Flowers K to P
Narcissus Egotism; formality; stay as sweet as you are; you love yourself too well; self-esteem Narcissus flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Nasturtium Conquest; victory in battle; maternal love; charity; patriotism Nasturtium flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Nightshade Truth Nightshade flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Nuts Stupidity Nuts flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Oak leaves Bravery Oak leaves 150x150 Flowers K to P
Olive Branch Peace Olive Branch flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Orange Generosity Orange flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Orange Blossom Wisdom; purity; eternal love; your purity equals your loveliness Orange Blossom flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Orchid Love; beauty; refinement; you flatter me, Thoughtfulness Orchid flowers1 150x150 Flowers K to P
Orchid (Cattleya) Mature charm Orchid Cattleya flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Pansy Thoughts (you occupy my thoughts); love, merriment Pansy flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Peach blossom Longevity; I am your captive Peach blossom flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Peony Shame; bashfulness; anger; indignation Peony flowers3 150x150 Flowers K to P
Peppermint Warmth of feelings, cordiality peppermint flower 150x150 Flowers K to P
Periwinkle (blue) Early friendship Periwinkle blue 150x150 Flowers K to P
Periwinkle (white) Pleasures of memory Periwinkle white 150x150 Flowers K to P
Persicaria Restoration Persicaria flower 150x150 Flowers K to P
Pine Hope; pity Pine flower 150x150 Flowers K to P
Pink Boldness, pure affection Pink flower 150x150 Flowers K to P
Poinsettia Be of good cheer Poinsettia flower 150x150 Flowers K to P
Poppy (general) Eternal sleep; oblivion; imagination; extravagance Poppy general 150x150 Flowers K to P
Poppy (red) Pleasure; fantastic extravagance Poppy red 150x150 Flowers K to P
Poppy (white) Consolation; sleep Poppy white 150x150 Flowers K to P
Poppy (yellow) Wealth; success Poppy yellow 150x150 Flowers K to P
Primrose I can’t live without you; early youth; young love Primrose flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P
Prince’s feather Unfading love Princes feather flowers 150x150 Flowers K to P

Keep looking out for the more flowers and their meanings. Till than cheers!!!!!!