Color-Color-Color….a color for every sentiment!




Flowers and roses have been a great gift for centuries now. The tradition of giving flowers to: Moms, Wife, Husband, Friend, sister… etc has remained always a mystery of how it got into human cultural evolution in the first place. Many people say that it is because of the great look and smell flowers have. One of the most powerful facts which science has proved is that flower colors have a great impact on people with each color having its own representation and interpretation.

These days online flower delivery companies have made it very easy to order and deliver flowers. They put their flowers and arrangements into categories so you don’t get confused of what arrangement is suitable for your special occasion or holiday. In the occasion category, you find all the suitable flowers for Valentine’s Day in the Valentine’s Day section and so on. But if you really want to give good quality flowers to people you care about, you need to manually select your flowers in order to give them some personality. If you want to do so, here are some flower color meanings:

The white:

As you know, the white color represents: clarity, purity, innocence, peace and hope, that’s why most people like it. As white flowers are suitable for many occasions, you can send them to tell the other person that he OR she is pure and perfect. They can be combined with other colors such as red to represent an even more powerful feeling. My personal preference of white flowers is: Orchids and Roses.


This is probably the preferred color by most people especially if they want to express passion and energy. This color also represents especially: love, romance, desire, courage and beauty. It is suitable especially for relationships type of occasions like Valentine’s Day. Most of the red flowers given to sweethearts are roses, so make sure you take advantage of that.


The pink color represents almost the same meaning of the red but with slight differences. Think of the red as the wild color for relationships and the pink as the gentle one. It represents: romance, innocent love, happiness, delicate, joy and youth. As you know pink it mostly for girls, so you can give it to them in almost any occasion whether it’s Valentine’s Day or birthday.


This is one of the most powerful and mood changing colors. It represents: joy, happiness, smile, new and of course friendship. I think by now you know exactly why we smile when we receive yellow flowers. This color is suitable especially for friend’s special occasions like: birthday, graduation or someone who is having a hard time as these flowers will cheer up anyone.





Flowers can symbolize nearly anything. From true love to……

Flowers can symbolize nearly anything. From true love to royalty to “can’t we just be friends?” flowers have been mankind’s way of saying what sometimes just can’t -or shouldn’t- be said. In addition to each flower having potentially dozens of meanings specific to the flower type, there can also be dozens of meanings due to each individual color. Therefore, a single flower can have hundreds of different meanings. Meanings of the flower can also vary by region, size or even due to historical beliefs. This post will help you understand the many different color meanings of flowers.

What Do Red Flowers Mean?

  Red flowers, like all flowers, have dozens of different meanings. They can mean love and desire, confidence, courage, beauty, vitality and strength. They can also mean courage and passion.

  Popular red flowers include roses, carnations, morning glories, day lilies, hibiscus, peonies, mums, geraniums, poppies, tulips, and azaleas.

What Do Orange Flowers Mean?

  Orange flowers are often used as a symbol of warmth, enthusiasm, endurance, confidence, energy, vitality and satisfaction. They are also a common symbol of passion for all things life.

  Popular orange flowers include Gerbera daisies, pansies, day lilies, tulips, butterfly weeds, Chinese lanterns, poppies, lilies, impatiens, roses, chrysanthemums and Mexican sunflowers.

What Do Yellow Flowers Mean?

  Yellow is most well-known as a symbol of friendship. However, yellow flowers can also represent joy, new beginnings, intellectual energy, happiness and lightheartedness.

  Popular yellow flowers include daffodils, witch hazel, roses, marigolds, irises, day lilies, black-eyed susan, sunflowers, golden rods and azaleas.

What Do Green Flowers Mean?

  It is no surprise that green flowers are a symbol of life, new beginnings, springtime, nature and youth. They can also represent health or resilience against illness as well as good fortune, fertility, well being, renewal and optimism.

  Popular green flowers** include chrysanthemums, roses, carnations, hydrangea, cymbidium orchids and spider chrysanthemums. (**Author’s Note: Some of these flowers are actually dyed green at local florists).

What Do Blue Flowers Mean?

  Blue is the universal color of peace, so it is no surprise that blue flowers calm worries and represent peace. Blue flowers can also represent an open mind, youth, an overall feeling of peacefulness, truth and serenity.

  Popular blue flowers include morning glories, lupines, salvias, balloon flowers, poppies, grape hyacinths, cornflower, and ageratum.

What Do Lavender Flowers Mean?

  Though technically a shade of purple, lavender is in a league all it’s own. Lavender flowers are a representation of adult or grown-up femininity. They are a symbol of grace, elegance, refinement, preciousness and delicateness.

  Popular lavender flowers include English lavender, lavenders, irises, calla lilies, bell flowers, roses, and hyacinths.

What Do Purple Flowers Mean?

  Purple is another color that is well-known as a symbol of royalty. Purple flowers can also represent dignity, mystery, success, magic and pride. Overall, this color represents admiration and accomplishment.

  Popular purple flowers include irises, alliums, salvias, petunias, columbines, violets, hydrangeas, roses, lilies, orchids, magnolias, pansies, poppies and geraniums.

What Do Pink Flowers Mean?

  Happiness, grace, and gentility are all associated with pink flowers. Pink flowers can also represent love, joy, beauty, youth and innocence.

  Popular pink flowers include roses, petunias, foxgloves, begonias, primroses, hyacinths, cherry blossoms, cosmos, geraniums, and bleeding hearts.

What Do White Flowers Mean?

  As with many other colors, white has a variety of meanings. White flowers are most famous as a symbol of innocence and purity. However, white flowers can also represent simple beauty, elegance, modesty and even cleanliness.

  Popular white flowers include roses, calla lilies, geraniums, magnolias, daffodils, Queen Anne’s Lace, baby’s breath, petunias, begonias, hyacinths, poppies, pansies, daisies, and orchids.

The Yellow Rose

Yellow Roses are the most common flower of friendship.

Throughout history, yellow has been closely associated with  the sun, making these roses excellent for cheering people up. Yellow roses send  a message of appreciation and platonic love without the romantic subtext of  other colors. The color represents feelings of joy and  delight.

Extaordinary Violet!

Violet flowers have an enchanted, other worldly quality to them. Their soft color gently pulses with mystery. Violet flowers symbolize charm, grace, elegance, and refinement. Their ethereal qualities also represent creativity. Violet flowers can make a strong romantic impression. A beautiful violet arrangement can also symbolize an important transition. Violet flowers are some of the most beautiful flowers in the world. You are sure to send an extraordinary message with a gorgeous violet bouquet.  Violet is also a wonderful flowery baby girl name………….hint hint to daughter 🙂


Suprise Someone Today With a Spring Flower With Special Meaning!


Roses  = the flower symbolizing associated with roses is love, remembrance, passion (red); purity (white); infidelity (yellow); unconscious beauty, and I love you.

Anthuriums = The flower symbolism associated with the anthruium is With their open, heart-shaped flowers and tropical disposition, it’s no wonder that anthurium have come to symbolize hospitality.  Exotic and compelling, with bold, typically red flowers and shiny, dark green foliage, anthurium, like the hospitality they represent, are long-lasting and irresistibly beautiful.

Thought to  bring luck and protect against evil, legend has it that when the anemone closes its  petals, it’s a signal that rain is approaching.  Still other mythology connects the anemone to magical fairies, who were believed to  sleep under the petals after they closed at sunset.  Perhaps it’s because of this magical and prophetic  tales that today in the language  of flowers, anemones  represent anticipation

Peony = The flower symbolism associated with the peony is happy marriage, romance,  compassion, wealth and prosperity.

Camelias = The symbolic meaning of camelia flowers is admiration, perfection, good luck (gift for a man), gratitude, nobility of reasoning. The colors have specific symbolic meaning including innate worth, adoration, perfection nd loveliness (white); longing for a man (pink); and you’re a flame in my hear or excellence (red).

Orchids = The flower symbolism associated with the orchis is love, beauty, refinement, many children, thoughtfulness and mature charm.

Tulips = The flower symbolism associated with tulips is fame and perfect love. the symbolic meanings also change with the color of the tulips.  Red tulips mean “believe me”and are a declaration of love. Variegated mean “you have beautiful eyes”.  Yellow tulips mean “there’s sunshine in your smile: and cream  tulips mean ” I will love you forever”.