Top Flowers to declare your love on Saint Valentine Day. The Language of flowers and lovers

Top Flowers to declare your love on Saint Valentine Day. The Language of flowers and lovers
Isabel del Rio

The language of flowers and lovers. Saint Valentine Day is coming. A beautiful day if you are in love and your couple is happy with you, or a hopeful day to declare your love if you are still single.


Flower arrangement by Maliz ONG

Give flowers to this special person! They always work. However, you should know the language of them. It’s important you don’t make mistakes this romantic day.

For example, forget about geranium, it means stupidity. And if you are looking for a hot relation, daisies are not a Top#1 because they represent the innocence.

Violets, especially white violets, are perfect if you are shy because you are saying: “Let’s Take a Chance on Happiness.”

If you maintain a consolidate relation, orange blossoms are the gift. They represent eternal love, marriage and fruitfulness.

Anyway, red tulips are one of the best choice and of course red roses or carnations: “I love you, I will always love you, believe me.”

My favorite are azaleas: “Take Care of Yourself for Me.” They also represent mature passion and are the Chinese symbol of womanhood.

Other perfect flowers for Saint Valentine’s Day are:

Ambrosia: Your love is reciprocated.

Red camellia: “You’re a flame in my heart” or white camellia: “You’re lovely.”

Nevertheless, if you are fed up with your couple, think about these presents:

Gladiolus: “Give me a break . . . I’m really sincere.” Remember that it was the flower of Roman gladiators.

Yellow carnation: “You have disappointed me.”

Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!

Happy Saint Valentine’s Day. Be romantic!

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