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                                                         Flowers Say "I Love You"
                                                         By Marguerite Bonneville



    Flowers Say "I Love You" by Marguerite Bonneville


Some people dismiss flowers as old-fashioned, but the truth is that, in general, women adore them,
and men are secretly pleased and flattered when someone presents them with a stylish arrangement
or a flower gift basket. If you see yourself as a romantic person, find excuses to give flowers as often
as possible.

Flowers are such a vibrant expression of Nature's beauty that it's rare to find a single human being who
doesn't respond to them. Not only do they come in every color of the rainbow, from the most vibrant
purples to the subtlest of pastels, but their shapes vary dramatically, from the sculptured beauty of a
rose to the cartoon-like forms of the bird of paradise and the sunflower. And as well as stimulating our
visual senses, their scents are the source of every perfume in existence.

You can give flowers for any occasion. A dozen long-stemmed red roses will always say 'I love you' no
matter how much we might consider them a cliché. Daisies and gerberas, especially those in electric
colors, will brighten anyone's day. And a single boxed rose can be as welcome a gift as a large or
expensive flower gift basket.

Men as well as women respond to the gift of flowers. The type of flower arrangement you choose
should have more to do with a person's personality than their gender. Try native or exotic flowers if you
want to steer clear of the 'pretty' varieties. Most florists offer stark, stylish arrangements that are
suitable for both sexes.

And feel free to get creative with your choices. You can work with your local florist to create something
original and spectacular.


 Marguerite Bonneville is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) whose passion
is publishing information online. She is a contributing writer to the Rosaflora web site at
http://www.rosaflora-flowers.com - one of Australia’s premier sources of glasshouse roses and
Australia-wide florist services.

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               Red Roses If I Love You, Yellow If I Don't: The Secret Language of Flowers
                                                            By Sherri Allen



Red Roses If I Love You, Yellow If I Don't: The Secret Language of Flowers by Sherri Allen


Flowers have been given a special significance for centuries. They have long been treasured for their
scent and their beauty. Perhaps nobody has esteemed flowers, however, as highly as the people of the
Victorian age. For them, flowers were so important they even used them to convey secret messages.
Using flowers, gentlemen and ladies became more courageous in expressing their feelings. As the
English poet Thomas Hood so eloquently stated, "Sweet flowers alone can say what passion fears
revealing."

Here are some special flowers and the sentiments assigned to them in floriography, the floral language
of the Victorian era.

Aster: Symbol of Love, Daintiness
Azalea:First Love
Camellia (Pink): Longing For You
Camellia (Red): You're a Flame in My Heart
Camellia (White): You're Adorable
Carnation (Pink): I'll Never Forget You
Carnation (Red): My Heart Aches For You
Carnation (Solid): Yes
Carnation (Striped): No, Refusal, Sorry I Can't Be with You, Wish I Could Be with You
Carnation (White): Innocence, Pure Love
Carnation (Yellow): You Have Disappointed Me, Rejection
Chrysanthemum (Red): I Love You
Chrysanthemum (Yellow): Slighted Love
Daffodil: Unequalled Love, You're the Only One
Daisy: Innocence, Loyal Love
Dogwood: Love Undiminished by Adversity
Fern (Maidenhair): Secret Bond of Love
Forget-Me-Not: True Love, Memories
Gardenia: You're Lovely, Secret Love
Ivy: Wedded Love, Fidelity
Jonquil: Love Me, Affection Returned, Desire
Lavender: Devoted Love
Lotus: Estranged Love
Moss: Maternal Love, Charity
Orange Blossom: Eternal Love, Marriage and Fruitfulness
Orchid: Love, Beauty, Refinement
Peony: Bashful Love
Primrose: Happy Love
Poppy: Hopeless Love
Rose (Pink): Perfect Happiness, Please Believe Me
Rose (Red): Love, I Love You


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Rose (Thornless): Love at First Sight
Rose (White): Innocence and Purity, I am Worthy of You
Rose (Yellow): Decrease of Love, Jealousy
Rosebud (Red): Pure and Lovely
Spider Flower: Elope with Me
Tulip (General): Perfect Lover
Tulip (Red): Believe Me, Declaration of Love
Tulip (Variegated): Beautiful Eyes
Zinnia: Absent Love

Revive the romance of times gone by. Give a bouquet of flowers that not only has a special scent or
special beauty, but a special meaning. Share the secret language of flowers.


 Sherri Allen is the editor of an award-winning website devoted to topics such as family, food, garden,
house&home and money. For free articles, information, tips, recipes, reviews and coloring pages, visit
http://www.SherriAllen.com/




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