The Acacia blossom represents concealed love and chaste love while Arbutus says I only love you. The Aster is the symbol of Love and daintiness. The red Chrysanthemum says I love you while a yellow Chrysanthemum speaks of a love slighted.
The Daffodil tells the receiver that he or she is the only one and the Daisy refers to loyal Love.
Forget-Me-Nots stand for true Love.
The Maidenhair fern speaks of the secret bond of love and the gardenia is given to a secret lover.
Love at first sight is signified by the Gloxinia while Ivy is the acknowledgement of marriage.
Orchids represent Love and Beauty.
The red rose says I love you and a red tulip is a declaration of love.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Flowers That Speak of Love
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