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By Emilly Parkerson Flowers can be a great gift for any occasion. Whether it’s a birthday, Valentine’s Day or wedding ceremony, you can always visit a local florist or buy the flowers online and send them as a gift to your near and dear ones. However, most people are not aware of the significance of different flowers. You may know that red rose is for expressing love and yellow is for friendship, but what about other varieties of blossoms? Let’s discover the meaning of different flowers so that the next time you buy flowers for someone, you make the right choice. Carnation: It is one of the most popular flowers in the world and often given by a boyfriend to his girlfriend. The advantage of carnations is that they are available in a wide variety of colors. Therefore, you can mix and match the colors in a bouquet to create a visual delight. Iris flower: The elegant beauty of Iris makes it a great choice for a gift. It represents hope, wisdom, and faith. It can be used for any occasion you can imagine. Though you may have seen iris flowers in blue color only, it can be found in yellow and white too. Orchid: Want to impress someone by giving him/her a unique flower? Orchid is your best bet then! Thanks to the exotic appearance of orchids, they represent delicate and rare beauty. Peruvian Lily: Peruvian lily, also known as alstroemeria may look like a smaller version of lilies you have seen in your garden, but this particular flower has many distinctive qualities. You can find Peruvian lilies in various colors and it is a great gift for your best friend because it represents devotion and friendship. Rose: How can we forget about roses when we are talking about gifting flowers to the loved ones? Red is the most popular color and often exchanged by the lovers to express how much they love each other. Whether it is Valentine’s Day or wedding anniversary, a bunch of red roses will surely impress your beloved. If you want to send roses to your darling, contact a reputed florist for doorstep delivery. Tulip: Tulip is one of the most popular flowers in the world; in fact, its popularity ranks next to roses. They impart a sense of elegance and grace whenever you use them for home decoration. If you are going to a housewarming party, this can be a wonderful gift. Hydrangea: This big and beautiful flower not only looks lovely, it smells fantastic too. Hydrangeas are very popular as plants for the garden and cut flowers. You can use this flower for a bridal bouquet. Gerbera Daisy: Thanks to the visually appealing large blooms, this particular flower grabs your attention immediately. It is a perfect flower for expressing joyful sentiments. The traditional meaning of Gerbera Daisies is innocence though. Conclusion: Now that you know the meaning of these flowers, you can express your emotions properly by just giving a bouquet to someone you care. You don’t even have to say anything as the flowers will convey your message clearly.

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  1. Nice article — but don’t forget about yourself — or co-workers. In addition to gerber daisies being a flower to express joyful sentiment, there’s also the sunflower. If you’re a manager or supervisor, show your team you care by dropping a single sunflower stem in a bud vase and it will convey that you appreciate them. The stem will last at least a week, especially if you use a little flower food in the water (get a packet of food when you buy your sunflowers – or gerber daisies). I do this about every 2 or 3 weeks and I can tell in little ways my staff really appreciate the gesture and enjoy the flowers. It just sits on their desks and “smiles at them.” Get yourself one too!

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