Flowers, the language of love

In the spirit of all things love and not minding the fact that I’m not getting anything this year, maybe I will make myself that white wine Sangria I’ve been talking about for a while. Anyway I digress.

Flowers mean a lot of things and the most common feeling associated with flowers is LOVE. Sticking to the theme of my blog, I will post some pictures of flowers and what they mean in the traditional love context.

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Acacia

when you give someone Acacia flowers, it means you are their secret love or Admirer. cute.

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Ambrosia

The person you love returns your love, send them Ambrosia flowers.

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Anemone

Anemone flowers represents the love that never dies.

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Aster

Aster is just Love, give Aster flowers to your lover, friend, parents.. anyone you love.

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Azelea

Fragile passion, nothing much to add to this.

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Baby’s Breath

Eternal love. who will you love forever send some baby’s breath to them this valentine.

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Blue Salvia

send Blue Salvia flowers to that special someone you are thinking about telling them you do.

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Coriander flowers

Good ole lust, sending some coriander flowers to convey lust.

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Arbutus

Do you have the only person you will ever love? send some Arbutus flowers to them.

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Fern

Ferns also expresses those feeling you are too shy to say yourself. from a secret admirer.

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Forget-me-nots

That one true love you have, send some bright blue forget-me-nots, hopefully they will never forget you.

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Gardenia

So many flowers from a secret admirer Gardenia is another one that shows you have a secret admirer.

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Gladiolus

You fell in love with that special someone at first sight? send some Gladiolus.

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White rose

Oh, the purity of white and all it conveys. eternal love.

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Jonquil

Desire, enough said.

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Lemon balm

Lemon balm brings love. sweet.

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Lemon Verbena

This attracts the opposite sex, maybe you should just wear one today to get that valentine’s gift tomorrow.

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Mistletoe

Mistletoe represents affection, guess nothing shows that more than a deep passionate kiss and the flowers of course.

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Myrtle

Of love and marriage. send one to your partner, your spouse or your lover.

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Pansy

simply says how much you love that special someone.

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Orchids

An expression of love, all that you feel in your heart the Orchids will say them for you.

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Primrose

who can’t you live without? Send primroses and tell them how much you can’t live without them.

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Red carnations

My heart aches for you.

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Red Tulips

A simple way to declare your love, send some red tulips over to the one you love.

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Rose

ahhhh, the cliché of all flowers, I LOVE YOU. that’s all this flowers say. the perfect one.

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Spiderflowers

run away with me into the night, and let’s get married, that’s what the spiderflowers say.

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Tulips

Tulips generally mean the one who is the perfect lover, send a bunch of tulips now.

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White Violets

they don’t have the courage to brave all odds send some white violets and take a chance on your abiding love.

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Yellow Tulips

this one is sad, hopeless love, you have no chance at all, still send those flowers.

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Zinnia

Lasting affection, you can just seal it with a kiss.

There you have it, the expressions of your love anyway you feel it. click on the links on the flowers to go to where I got the pictures from, leave a comment and tell me how you will express your love this valentine. its the season of love, share and celebrate.

Go to http://www.tomilolaakibo.blogspot.com to read her short story about her Love the (K)nightwalker.

Love and Greens

‘Loba

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