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Here is a list of common spring flowers and what they mean.  By knowing the meaning of spring flowers you can create a meaningful bouquet or choose a touching selection for a loved one and tell them the meaning in the card that will make your gift thoughtful and memory-making.

Alstroemeria: aspiring
Amaryllis: dramatic
Anemone: fragile
Apple Blossom: promise
Aster: contentment
Azalea: abundance
Baby’s Breath: festivity / happiness
Bachelor Button: anticipation
Begonia: deep thoughts
Black-Eyed Susan: encouragement
Camellia: graciousness
Carnation, Pink: gratitude
Carnation, Red: flashy
Carnation, Striped: refusal
Carnation, White: remembrance
Carnation, Yellow: cheerful
Chrysanthemum, Bronze: excitement
Chrysanthemum, White: truth
Chrysanthemum, Red: sharing
Chrysanthemum, Yellow: secret admirer
Cosmos: peaceful
Crocus: foresight
Daffodil: chivalry
Delphinium: boldness
Daisy: innocence
Freesia: spirited
Forget-Me-Not: remember me forever
Gardenia: joy
Geranium: comfort
Ginger: proud
Gladiolus: strength of character
Heather: solitude
Hibiscus: delicate beauty
Holly: domestic happiness
Hyacinth: sincerity
Hyacinth, white: Loveliness
Hyacinth, yellow: Jealousy
Hydrangea: perseverance
Iris: inspiration / faith / wisdom
Ivy: fidelity
Jasmine: grace and elegance
Jasmine, White: Amiability and Cheerfulness
Larkspur: beautiful spirit
Lavender: distrust
Lilac: first love
Lily, Calla: regal
Lily, Casablanca: celebration
Lily, Day: enthusiasm
Lily, Stargazer: ambition
Lisianthus: calming
Magnolia: dignity
Marigold: desire for riches
Nasturtium: patriotism
Orange Blossom: fertility
Orchid: delicate beauty
Pansy: loving thoughts
Passion Flower: passion / faith & piety
Peony: healing
Poppy: consolation
Queen Anne’s Lace: delicate femininity
Ranunculus: radiant
Rhododendron: beware
Rose, Pink: friendship / admiration
Rose, Red: passionate love
Rose, Red & White: unity
Rose, White: purity
Rose, Yellow: zealous
Snapdragon: presumptuous
Star of Bethlehem: hope
Stephanotis: good luck
Statice: success
Sunflower: adoration
Sweet Pea: shyness
Tuberose: pleasure
Tulip, Pink: caring
Tulip, Purple: royalty
Tulip, Red: declaration of love
Tulip, White: forgiveness
Tulip, Yellow: hopelessly in love
Violet: faithfulness / modesty and simplicity
Wisteria: steadfast
Yarrow: good health
Zinnia: thoughts of friends
Zinnia, Pink: Lasting Affection


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Posted by PC Florist
Dated: 26th April 2011
Filled Under: Easter Flowers, Spring Flowers, What Flowers Represent