Valentines is around the corner.
Flower vendors are stocking up for this day, but did you know different flower colors have different meanings.
Here are the different flowers and their meaning. It might come in handy lest you find yourself buying break up roses for valentines.
Red is symbolic of passion, love, and energy.
White flowers are a symbol of peace and forgiveness. They are often a sign of honor for loved ones loss, and that’s why we frequently see white flowers during funeral services.
Pink roses are a sign of Grace and elegance, so the next time you want to gift someone put this into consideration.
They symbolize mystery and intrigue.
This unique hue symbolizes pride and enchantment. Even better, they’re tied to royalty
Green means a “constant rejuvenation of spirit.”
Black roses signify death, or supreme hatred, so giving someone a black rose on valentines may be a very bad idea.
Orange is symbolic of expansion, growth, and warmth. It is also a color of friendship and community.
Sunny flowers imply jealousy and infidelity. In modern times, however, this variety is associated with friendship and cheer due to the vibrant color.
Though not as striking as the classic red rose, this merlot shade represents “unconscious beauty.”