This is a dictionary of flowers and their symbolic meaning. What is the meaning of flowers?
Red Roses are often sent as a symbol of love. But did you know that different types of flowers mean different things? There is in fact a code or language of flowers that you can use to send a message to your sweetheart.
The Language of Flowers is the method of
using flowers as types to express thoughts and
feelings. In this language, various flowers are associated with different emotions and feelings, essenially bautiful messages in a code of petals and blooms..
The language and symbolism of flowers goes back to ancient times when the custom and meanings were better understood and more widely practices than today. Today, only some flowers - such as red roses - have a commonly known meaning; however most flowers actually have a symbolic meaning to those who understand it.
This guide will help you decode th flower symbolism and let you send exactly the right message. Whether you are celebrating the start of a new love or mourning the end of a chapter in your life, flowers bring joy, comfort and peace.
The Symbolism of Flowers
This is a chart that sets out the traditional flower meanings. I have to say that I have not even heard of some of these flowers and if I sent someone these I suspect that they would not even know what I meant. Still, it is interesting to see what they supposedly mean. So the next time you get a flower bouquet, you can try to analyze it for hidden meanings.
What is a Flower Meaning?
When you take a flower, you are taking a little piece of the cosmos, the beautiful universe
If you give a flower to someone, you're giving them a piece of the universe.
And if you receive a flower, you're receiving a piece of the universe.