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!!!!!!

Express Love through Flowers

Rose love1 150x150 Express Love through FlowersFlowers have the widest and most strong language of world that has the strength to express each and every feeling of a human. You name an emotion and you’ll find numerous flowers that will help you in delivering that emotion of yours to the one whom you want to get it delivered. When it comes to expressing love, there are many flowers that will help you in expressing your deep heart feelings to a friend, your sweet heart or someone in family.

Acacia blossoms Concealed or chaste love. acacia flower 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Daisy Loyal love pink flower daisy lovely 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Forget-me-nots thoughts of true love forget me not 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Gardenias secret love or a desire Gardenias 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Red roses Red roses symbolize love in a number of forms and are a way to tell a person that you love her without words. Few flowers are as closely associated with love as the rose, in particular the red rose. Red roses 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Aster Symbol of Love Aster 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Baby’s Breath Everlasting love; happiness; pure in heart babys breath 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Camellia (Pink) Longing for you flower camellia Pink 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Camellia (Red) You’re a flame in my heart CamelliaRed 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Camellia (White) You’re adorable Camellia White 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Carnation (pink) I’ll never forget you, women’s love Carnation pink 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Carnation (white) Sweet and lovely; innocence; pure love; white carnation Express Love through Flowers
Catchfly (red) Youthful love Catchfly red 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Chrysanthemum (red) I love Chrysanthemum red 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Daffodil unrequited love Daffodil 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Fern (Maidenhair) Secret bond of love maiden hair fern 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Fuchsia (scarlet) Confiding love Fuchsia scarlet 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Furze Love for all occasions Furze 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Gladiolus Love at first sight; Gladiolus flower 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Globe Amaranth Unfading love Globe Amaranth flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Gloxinia Love at first sight Gloxinia flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Heliotrope eternal love Heliotrope1 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Honey flower Sweet, secret love, generous affection Honey flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Japonica Sincerity, symbol of love Japonica flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Lavender Devotion, love Lavender 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Mimosa secret love Mimosa1 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Moss Maternal love; moss flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Myrtle Love; love in absence; remembrance; Myrtle flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Orchid Love; Orchid flowers 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Tulip (red) Believe me; declaration of love Tulip red 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Woodbine Fraternal Love Woodbine Flower 150x150 Express Love through Flowers
Zephyr Flower Symbol of Love Zephyr Flower 150x150 Express Love through Flowers

So now whenever you want to say I love you to some one find the most appropriate flower that exactly tells them how intense your love is for that special someone.

Flowers And Colors

Flowers and Color2 150x150 Flowers And ColorsColors and flowers since ever have a strong relationship and they have their certain meanings. Every flower in every color holds a different meaning and the expressiveness of each is fanaticizing enough especially for the flower lovers. Having knowledge of flowers and colors association and their meaning makes it really easy for one to choose the right flowers always for the right occasion and relation. The variety of flowers available for gifting is so huge that you will never find it difficult to express any of your feelings left unsaid.

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Red & White Flowers It shows unity. Red and White flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Red Flowers It shows love, passion, aggression, joy, devil, fire, richness, danger. Red was believed to be color of death in ancient Greece red flower 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Dark red Flowers It shows depicts “I miss you” message. Dark red roses 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Pink Flowers It shows expresses gentility, grace and perfect happiness. pink carnations 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Yellow flowers It is used to express joy, welcome back, wealth, sickness, deceit and youth. Yellow flower 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Silver flowers It says “life in death” Silver flower 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Burgundy flowers It expresses beauty. Burgundy flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Purple flowers It is used to express feelings like wishing success and luck in life and it is also treated as symbol of royalty. purple flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
White flowers It shows Innocence, truth, honesty, purity and serenity. White flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Blue flowers It represents space, cold, boundlessness, sea and cleanliness. blue flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Violet flowers It shows primness, fantasy, luxury, retirement and humility. Violet Flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Green flowers It shows depicts, jealousy, faith, immortality, nature, neutrality, rest and is used as sign for males in China. Green flower 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Black flowers It shows darkness, sophistication, severity, depression, evil and contrast. Black Rose 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Peach colored flowers Peach colored flowers send the message of get together and closing of deal. Peach colored flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Coral or orange color flowers It shows depict desire, warmth and dullness. orange color flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors
Dark blue flowers It represents infinity. dark blue flowers 150x150 Flowers And Colors

So next time whenever you want to gift flowers to someone check this list out and know that exactly what color flowers you should choose to bring about the best impression this time and every time you present flowers to someone next.

Color

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Red & White Flowers

It shows unity.

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Red Flowers

It shows love, passion, aggression, joy, devil, fire, richness, danger. Red was believed to be color of death in ancient Greece

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Dark red Flowers

It shows depicts “I miss you” message.

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Pink Flowers

It shows expresses gentility, grace and perfect happiness.

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Yellow flowers

It is used to express joy, welcome back, wealth, sickness, deceit and youth.

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Silver flowers

It says “life in death”

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Burgundy flowers

It expresses beauty.

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Purple flowers

It is used to express feelings like wishing success and luck in life and it is also treated as symbol of royalty.

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White flowers

It shows Innocence, truth, honesty, purity and serenity.

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Blue flowers

It represents space, cold, boundlessness, sea and cleanliness.

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Violet flowers

It shows primness, fantasy, luxury, retirement and humility.

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Green flowers

It shows depicts, jealousy, faith, immortality, nature, neutrality, rest and is used as sign for males in China.

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Black flowers

It shows darkness, sophistication, severity, depression, evil and contrast.

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Peach colored flowers

Peach colored flowers send the message of get together and closing of deal.

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Coral or orange color flowers

It shows depict desire, warmth and dullness.

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Dark blue flowers

It represents infinity.

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So next time whenever you want to gift flowers to someone check this list out and know that exactly what color flowers you should choose to bring about the best impression this time and every time you present flowers to someone next.

The Language of Flowers

Language of Flowers 300x199 The Language of Flowersflowers language 300x300 The Language of Flowersflowers languages 300x200 The Language of FlowersThe Turks in the 17th century are believed to have developed flower meanings. In 1718 the wife of the British ambassador to Constantinople, Lady Mary Wortley, wrote a letter illuminating on the “Secret Language of Flowers” that she had discovered during her visits to Turkey. Europe quickly picked up on the concept and than this trend of presenting flowers as gift according to their meaning took off.

Flowers and floral arrangements have a meaning of their own. It is known by majority of people that a dozen red roses mean, “Be mine.” But do you know, that that a purple hyacinth means, “Please forgive me,”  or a primrose means, “I can’t live without you,” or that a gladiolus means, “Give me a break?” or that a pink carnation means, “I’ll never forget you,”.

Flower meanings are used to convey the accurate feelings with the same depth and emotion as felt. With the variation in numbers of flowers, colors and types of flowers different messages are delivered through forming a floral arrangement and so the giver never needs to say it out him or her self.  Here is a short list of few flowers and their meanings to choose from when you want to express a particular feeling of yours.

Almond flowers – Hope
Anemone — Forsaken
Aster — Symbol of love
Balm — Sympathy
Basil — Best wishes
Bay leaf — “I change but in death”
Bell flower, white — Gratitude
Campanula — Gratitude
Carnation, pink — I’ll never forget you
Carnation, red — My poor heart aches for you
Carnation, striped — Refusal
China rose — Beauty always new
Chrysanthemum — Love
Clover, four leaved — “Be mine”
Coreopsis — Love at first sight
Cuckoo pint — Ardor
Daffodil — Regard
Daisy — Innocence, new-born, “I share your sentiment”
Fennel — Flattery
Fern — Sincerity
Forget-Me-Not — True love
French Marigold — Jealousy
Gardenia — Ecstasy
Gentian — Loveliness
Hare bell — Grief
Heartsease — “I am always thinking of you”
Honeysuckle — Bonds of love
Heather — Admiration
Hyacinth — I am sorry, Please forgive me
Ice Plant — “Your appearance freezes me”
Lemon Balm — Sympathy
Lilac — First love
Orchid — Love, beauty, refinement
Pansy — Loving thoughts
Poppy, red — Consolation
Primrose — I can’t live without you
Rose, cabbage — Ambassador of love
Rose, red — Love
Rose, pink — Grace, beauty
Rose, yellow — Friendship
Snowdrop — Hope
Star of Bethlehem — Purity
Tuberose — Voluptuousness
Tulip, red — My perfect lover, Reclamation of love
Violet — Loyalty, modesty, humility
Violet, blue — Faithfulness
Wormwood — Grief
Yew – Sorrow

Check this list out and you will find the flowers to send to your loved ones whether it’s a moment to cherish or a moment of grief or sorrow.

Flowers Language

images Flowers LanguageThrough generations, flowers, their colors, numbers as well as groups, have been used to convey a particular message. In addition, the way flowers were worn or presented also had special meanings. Unfortunately, most of this silent yet complete language has been lost primarily because of lack of use.

The language of flowers, or floriography, was a way of communication during the Victorian era. At that time the individuals used to express their feelings through coded messages with the help of variety of flowers and floral arrangements.

History:
It is thought that the Turks seemed to develop flower meanings way back in the 17th century. Lady Mary Wortley, the wife of the British ambassador to Constantinople, had multiple visits to Turkey. In 1718, she wrote a detailed letter on the “Secret Language of Flowers” that she had discovered. Europe quickly picked up the idea.

The first ever flower language dictionary was introduced with the name Le Language des Fleurs, in 1819. This small book, written by Louise Cortambert (Pen Name: Madame Charlotte de la Tour), became a popular reference on the subject.

During the Victorian era (reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901), the flowers language flourished a lot. The language became very popular among the Victorian women as it allowed them to communicate feelings and meanings which they were not allowed for as per strict propriety of times. Tussie-mussies, a bunch of flowers wrapped with a lace and tied with a satin ribbon became a valued and admired at that time.

In 1884, a whole book on the subject was published in London with the title “The Language of Flowers”. The book got high popularity and respect. Since then, this book by Jean Marsh, illustrated by Kate Greenway, has been the standard source for Victorian flower meaning.

Some Famous Flower Meanings:

Flower Meaning
Almond Flowers Hopealmond 150x150 Flowers Language
Anemone ForsakenAnemone flower 150x150 Flowers Language
Aster Symbol of loveAster 150x150 Flowers Language
Basil Best wishesBasil 150x150 Flowers Language
Bay leaf “I change but in death”Bay leaf 150x150 Flowers Language
Bell flower, white Gratitudebellflower white 150x150 Flowers Language
Bluebell ConstancyBluebell flowers 150x150 Flowers Language
Campanula GratitudeCampanula 150x150 Flowers Language
Carnation, pink I’ll never forget youCarnation pink 150x150 Flowers Language
Carnation, red My poor heart aches for youCarnation red 150x150 Flowers Language
Carnation, striped RefusalCarnation striped 150x150 Flowers Language
China rose Beauty always newChina rose 150x150 Flowers Language
Chrysanthemum LoveChrysanthemum 1 150x150 Flowers Language
Coreopsis Love at first sightCoreopsis 150x150 Flowers Language
Daffodil Regarddaffodil flowers 150x150 Flowers Language
Daisy Innocence, new-born, “I share your sentiment”Daisy flowers 150x150 Flowers Language
Fern SincerityFern 150x150 Flowers Language
French Marigold JealousyFrench Marigold 150x150 Flowers Language
Gardenia EcstasyGardenia flower 150x150 Flowers Language
Honeysuckle Bonds of loveHoneysuckle 150x150 Flowers Language
Ivy Fidelity, friendship, marriageIvy 150x150 Flowers Language
Jasmine GraceJasmine flower 150x150 Flowers Language
Lavender Luck, devotionLavender flower 150x150 Flowers Language
Lily Purity, modestyLily floral 150x150 Flowers Language
Lily of the Valley Purity, the return of happinessForest lily of the valley 150x150 Flowers Language
Lily, Calla BeautyLily Calla 150x150 Flowers Language
Marigold Health, grief or despairmarigold 150x150 Flowers Language
Orchid Love, beauty, refinementorchid flower 150x150 Flowers Language
Primrose I can’t live without youEvening Primrose 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, red Love, passionrose red 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, pink Grace, beautyrose pink 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, yellow Friendshiprose yellow 150x150 Flowers Language
Rosemary Remembrance, constancyRosemary 150x150 Flowers Language
Tuberose VoluptuousnessTuberose 150x150 Flowers Language
Tulip, red My perfect lover, reclamation of lovetulip red white 150x150 Flowers Language
Violet Loyalty, modesty, humilityViolet flowers 150x150 Flowers Language
Violet, blue Faithfulnessblue violet 150x150 Flowers Language
Wheat Riches of the continuation of lifewheat Flowers Language
Willow, weeping Mourningweeping willow 150x150 Flowers Language
Yew Sorrowyew 150x150 Flowers Language

Rose and the Flower Language:

Rose is the flower that is most commonly used to convey some special messages. Some details of meaning of the Rose are listed below.

Rose Meaning
Rose, Black You’re my obsessionBlackRose 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Champagne You’re tender and lovingRose Champagne 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Orange You’re my secret loveorange rose 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Pink Brilliant complexion, the glow of your smile, perfect happinesspink rose 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose Red Passionate love, I love youRoseRed 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, White Spiritual love, Innocence and puritywhite rose1 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, White and Red We are inseparableRose White and Red 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Yellow Friendship, jealousy, I am not worthyrose yellow1 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Bridal Happy loveRose Bridal 150x150 Flowers Language
Rose, Single stem SimplicityRose Single stem 150x150 Flowers Language

What Flowers Mean?

Flowers Meaning 234x300 What Flowers Mean?Flowers have a universal language that let the messages be delivered from one person to another without any language barriers. Every flower in itself holds a very different meaning and delivers a different message from your side. There’s nothing that can remain unsaid when flowers are your language and messenger. Is it your love for some one that you want to express or a sorry that you want to reach some one everything can be done simply by sending flowers. All you need to do in this regard is that you should know what each flower and color of flower mean for delivering the very right message from your side.

For choosing the right flowers for the situation you are currently going through we have the solution here. Check out the list and find out which flower would deliver your feelings exactly. Very firstly, listed down here are all those flowers that some how deliver the message of love or are related to it.

Aster simply and clearly means “Love”. Baby’s Breath is another flower that tells your love that you carry an every lasting love for them. White Carnation means “pure love”. Red Chrysanthemum says “I Love You”. Gardenia tells that you are a secret “lover”. Gladiolus tells your love that you fell in love with them at first sight. And above all the best one commonly known way to express your love for someone is giving red rose. While White rose means that you hold Eternal love for the receiver in your heart. Red Tulip is a declaration of Love from you while yellow tulips are for hopeless love.

Next important relation in one’s life is friendship and there are many flowers for sending different messages to your friends too. Alstroemeria tells your friends or a love that you are “devoted” to them. Yellow rose in itself is a sign of “friendship” and used most commonly on Valentines Day to send to friends. While the Zinnia is the flower that says there are “thoughts of absent friends”. Send this flower to your friends who are far and out of contact for long and make them realize that they still make an important part of your life.

There are numerous flowers in white color that depict purity and innocence. White Carnations, White lily and white rose all send the same message of purity and innocence. Some other flowers to represent distinct feelings are:

Cactus – Endurance
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Carnation

•    Pink – I’ll never forget you
•    Purple – Whimsical, changeable

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•    Red – My heart aches for you, Admiration
•    Yellow – Rejection, Disdain
•    Solid Color – Yes
•    Striped – No

Chrysanthemum

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•    White – Truth
•    Yellow – Slighted love

Daffodil – Respect, Unrequited love

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Hibiscus
– Delicate beauty

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Hyacinth

•    Blue – Constancy
•    Purple – I’m sorry, Please forgive me

•    Red or Pink – Play Hyacinth general 150x150 What Flowers Mean?
•    White – Loveliness, I’ll pray for you
•    Yellow – Jealousy

Iris – Faith, Hope, Wisdom and Valor

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Lavender – Devotion

Lily

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•    Calla – Beauty
•    Day – Coquetry
•    Eucharis – Maidenly charms
•    Orange – Hatred
•    Tiger – Wealth, PrideLavender 150x150 What Flowers Mean?

Lily of the Valley – Return to happiness

Poinsettia – Be of good cheerpoinsettia 150x150 What Flowers Mean?

Statice – Lasting beautylily of the valley1 150x150 What Flowers Mean?
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Sunflower – Loyalty
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Violet
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•    Blue – Faithfulness
•    White – Let’s take a change on happiness

There’s nothing and there’s no feeling that you name and it can not be expressed through flowers. So stop fighting with the right words, choose right flowers for best result.