Ohhhh, Valentine’s Day, the special day of the year where everyone is planning something special to make their loved ones feel loved and spoilt.
In less than a week, the roads are going to be busy with drivers carting fresh bouquets of local flowers, chocolate hampers delivering them with smiles. Stunning local flower arrangements will adorn offices and homes, hugs and kisses from their loved ones will be cherished, and the smell of fresh flowers will spread through the air giving a magical relaxed feeling.
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And if you are here reading, you’re probably one of those people who are looking for some unique gift ideas for their loved ones this Valentine’s Day.
SO… without further adieu let’s now talk about the Perfect Valentine’s Flower Guide for this Valentine’s Day.
Roses are the main flower symbolising “LOVE” on many occasions. It is the most mainstream flower of love but an always popular option to give to your special someone. Pink roses are for someone you admire, white roses are for someone you respect and adore…. while red roses are for someone you deeply love.
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Trivia: Apollo used to turn beautiful nymphs into peonies if Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, knew he was flirting with them.
Peonies are associated with romance, prosperity, and bashfulness. Most People even believe that they serve as good luck charms for someone you love. It is common to give these kinds of flowers to someone who is currently going through a big milestone in their lives.
Tulips stand for the “symbol of perfect love” which is why they are the perfect type of flower to treat your mother who has always loved you in the best possible way that she can. Tulips also convery comfort, love, warmth, and good health which also makes them as a perfect gift to someone you are wishing well. Tulips are difficult to source on the Sunshine Coast this time of year but you’ll probably find them around Mother’s Day.
As they are named after the sun, these blossoms fully represent warmth and happiness. Sunflowers also stand for the symbol of loyalty and are always in plentiful supply this time of year.