Love and flowers
The relationship between love and flowers goes back as far as the 1700's. It's a tradition that has lost favour in more recent years but presenting flowers on a date goes back to when Charles II of Sweden returned from a trip to Persia with "the language of flowers" - something still used today. He believed different flowers could be used to communicate different sentiments and claimed you could have a whole conversation with just a single bouquet!
Pink Peonies Commonly known as the flower of riches and honor, Pink Peonies represent romance and prosperity. They come in many different colour varieties and the delicate, intricate blossoms are extremely beautiful.
This striking flower is said to represent 'splendid beauty'. It is also said to symbolise a 'worth beyond beauty' – it doesn't get more romantic than that!
The humble yet sweet daffodil symbolizes 'high regard' and 'chivalry'. A bunch of this traditional and famous yellow blossom is said to represent 'joy and happiness' – start as you mean to go on, we say!
Lilies symbolise purity and refined beauty – a modest bouquet of this attractive flower is the perfect compliment. A white lily represents modesty and virginity, whilst an orange lily represents passion.
Daisies symbolise innocence and purity, and this virtuous flower is strongly affiliated with spring and daybreak.
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