Roses And Romantic Flowers Trivia

love flower 150x150 Roses And Romantic Flowers TriviaRoses are believed to the best flowers for romantic message but there are some other flowers too that are used to express love. There are some unusual facts related to the flowers that express love.

  1. Acacia blossoms- Concealed or chaste love.
  2. Daisy – Loyal love
  3. Forget-me-nots- thoughts of true love
  4. Gardenias- secret love or a desire
  5. Red roses symbolize love in a number of forms Aster – Symbol of Love;
  6. Baby’s Breath – Everlasting love; happiness; pure in heart
  7. Camellia (Pink) – Longing for you
  8. Camellia (Red) – You’re a flame in my heart
  9. Camellia (White) – You’re adorable
  10. Carnation (pink) – I’ll never forget you, women’s love
  11. Carnation (white) -Sweet and lovely; innocence; pure love;
  12. Catchfly (red) – Youthful love
  13. Chrysanthemum (red) – I love
  14. Daffodil – unrequited love
  15. Fern (Maidenhair) – Secret bond of love
  16. Fuchsia (scarlet) – Confiding love
  17. Furze – Love for all occasions
  18. Gladiolus – Love at first sight;
  19. Globe Amaranth – Unfading love
  20. Gloxinia – Love at first sight
  21. Heliotrope – eternal love
  22. Honey flower – Sweet, secret love, generous affection,
  23. Japonica – Sincerity, symbol of love
  24. Lavender – Devotion, love
  25. Mimosa – secret love
  26. Moss – Maternal love;
  27. Myrtle – Love; love in absence; remembrance;
  28. Orchid – Love;
  29. Tulip (red) – Believe me; declaration of love
  30. Woodbine – Fraternal Love
  31. Zephyr Flower – Symbol of Love
  • In Scotland, if a white rose bloomed in autumn it was a token of an early marriage.
  • According to one myth, on the wedding day of Cupid (love) and Psyche (soul), roses were scattered all over the land, symbolizing a union.
  • It’s said that throwing rose leaves into a burning flame will bring you good luck.
  • In Greek and Roman mythology, roses were symbolic of love, protection, and rebirth.