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Posted by Kevin Kegan on January 28, 2016 Flowers Valentine's Day

Everything You Need to Know About the Symbolism of Valentine’s Day Flowers

valentine's day flowersTime is flying so fast, it’s hard to believe that Valentine’s Day is already creeping up on us. Now is the time to put on your thinking cap so you can get creative about finding spectacular Valentine’s Day flowers to send to the special person in your life. Valentine’s Day is all about sharing romantic feelings, and there is no better way to do it than with flowers.

 

Tulips

 

Although the tulip represents the National Flower of Holland, these cup-shaped flowers are really native to Turkey and the area that used to be known as Persia. The name was given to the flower by Europeans who believed that when the flower was fully open, it looked like a typical turban that men wear in the flowers native countries.

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If you’re looking for a beautiful and truly romantic flower that isn’t a rose, then you’ll find that with a bouquet of Valentine’s Day Tulips. Tulips herald spring, new life and everything else that we associate with spring. In general, tulips represent fame or the perfect lover. A red tulip represents passionate love while a white one represents heaven, purity, and newness. You can tell someone you’re madly in love with them by giving them a beautiful bouquet or red and white tulips.

 

Roses and Tulips

If you want to send someone a message of passionate love, gratitude, admiration and caring, the way to do it is by giving them a combination of pink tulips and red roses. You’ll find the epitome of romance in our PS I Love You Bouquet. We dress it up and give it a fancier look by tying a beautiful pale pink satin ribbon around the vase.

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Roses and Calla Lilies

If you’re looking for a combination of Valentine’s Day flowers that are romantic without being too romantic, you can’t find anything that’s much more elegant or beautiful than our Pink Perfection arrangement. Pink roses generally represent love and gratitude, but pale pink roses represent gentleness and admiration. Calla lilies are very regal and are associated with royalty. If you want someone to know that you care deeply for them, you can’t go wrong with this combination.

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Don’t miss out on a chance to show someone how you feel about them with a gift of Valentine’s Day flowers. Let Blossom Flower Shops help you bring out your romantic streak.

 

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