Choosing Flowers and Meaning of Flowers

Flower color meanings have been used to convey ideas, feelings and messages for centuries. There is a meaning to color of flowers, to number of flowers and to groups of flowers. It is a silent language that has been largely lost to us through lack of use.

BLUE FLOWERS – Blue is the color of the sky, the ocean, baby boys  and it is also associated with sleep. When it comes to flowers, blue flowers  are the perfect gift to bring out the muse in the poet, artist or musician in your life- it is also the perfect hue for enhancing calm & tranquility.

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YELLOW FLOWERS – Yellow shines with optimism, enlightenment, and happiness, and the shades of golden yellow carry the promise of a prosperous future. Yellow will advance from surrounding colors and instill optimism and energy, as well as  spark creative thoughts.


PINK FLOWERS – The elegant pink flowers attract the lovers. Pink is a color of love, and hence offering a pink flower expresses your love and passion for the other person. Brighter pinks are youthful, fun and exciting while vibrant have the same high energy as red, they are sensual and passionate without being too aggressive. Pink is the color that always turns the occasion of life into a memorable moment for generations to come. For women who are often overworked and overburned, an attraction to pink may speak of a desire for the more carefree days of childhood. 





LAVENDER FLOWERS – A lavender flower represents beauty, solitude and admiration. The lavender flowers are a token of grace, refinement and elegance. The lavender blossoms convey a message of a feminine beauty.


PURPLE FLOWERS – Purple embodies the balance of red simulation and blue calm. It is definitely the color of power and luxury and also associated with good judgement and spiritual fulfillment. A sense of mystic and royal qualities, purple is a color often well like by very creative or eccentric types and is the favorite color of adolescent girls.


WHITE FLOWERS – White signifies purity and perfection and can represent a successful beginning. It is no accident that virgins and brides wear white. White symbolizes wholeness, openness, truth and kindness. Always popular in spring bouquets. White flowers are strongly featured in bridal work and funeral pieces. White daisies symbolizes loyalty in love and white magnolias evoke feelings of the deep south.


RED FLOWERS – The red flowers is thought to signify your love, respect or passion to another person. It is also signifies a great courage in a person. When given a red flower it is meant to say you mean a great deal to the person that you received it from. By receiving a red flower you are being told that you are a loved and honorable person that is deeply respected.


ORANGE FLOWERS –  Orange flowers are widespread and popular. It is the color associated with the fall season. It stimulates creativity and feelings of joy. The perception of orange depends on the percentage of red it contains. When equal amount of red and yellow are present, orange conveys feelings of calm and optimism.


GREEN FLOWERS – Green has a special role to play in daily life affairs of individuals across the world. Nature has a maximum presence on this beautiful earth in the form of colored plants. Green represents health, good fortune and youth.