Saturday, 22 June 2013

Say It with Flowers.

If you send someone a single rose you are sending a message of love. You can send all kinds of messages with flowers. Florigraphy is the language of flowers. Hundreds of flowers and trees have been given meanings and here are some of them.

Flower/TreeMeaning
American ElmPatriotism
American LindenMatrimony
AnemoneExpectation
AppleTemptation
ArborvitaeUnchanging friendship
Ash TreeGrandeur
Aspen TreeLamentation
AzaleaTemperance
Beech TreeProsperity
Birch TreeMeekness
BluebellConstancy
ButtercupIngratitude
ChamomilleEnergy in adversity
CandytuftIndifference
Carnation (Red)Alas! My poor heart!
CedarStrength
Cherry TreeGood education
ChrysanthemumSlighted love
ClematisMental beauty
CoreopsisAlways cheerful
CyclamenShyness
CypressMourning
DandelionWisdom
DaffodilRegard
DaisyWe feel the same
DogwoodDurability
ElmDignity
Fig TreeProlific
Forget-me-notTrue love
FuchsiaTaste
GeraniumComfort
HollyhockAmbition
HoneysuckleGenerosity
Horse ChestnutLuxury
HydrangeaHeartlessness
IrisPower
IvyFidelity
JuniperProtection
LilacFirst Love
Lily of the ValleyReturn of joy
LocustElegance
LupineImagination
MagnoliaLove of nature
Morning GloryAffectation
MulberryWisdom
NasturtiumPatience
Oak TreeHospitality
Orange TreeGenerosity
Pear TreeComfort
Plum TreeFidelity
PoplarCourage
RoseLove
SunflowerHaughtiness
Sweet PeaDelicate pleasure
SycamoreCuriosity
TulipFame
VioletFaithfulness
Walnut TreeIntellect
Weeping WillowMourning
ZinniaAbsent friends