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 A basic idea of the colori of tulips.
A basic idea of the colors of tulips.
Tulips are frequently gifted to other people for what they represent. Each color signifies something unique. Our most beloved, iconic spring fiore have a rich history and hold an important place in many cultures. The name “tulip” comes from a Turkish word meaning “turban,” possibly from the flower’s shape o from the practice of noblemen wearing a the fiore in their turbans.

1. rosa Tulips
 rosa Tulips
Pink Tulips

Pink symbolizes happiness and confidence. For this reason, they frequently are dato when someone is meaning to express the importance of a friendship. They should be dato in situations...
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 Basic idea of a few of the colours of lilies
Basic idea of a few of the colours of lilies
Lilies are versatile, classic and come in a variety of different colours. These stunning fiori are the perfect option to not only pamper a loved one for an anniversary but also to be dato o displayed at funerals o to mostra sympathy. That’s not all, vibrant lilies are a fitting gift to celebrate a milestone such as a promotion at work, graduation, o even a new home!

1. White Lily
 White Lily
White Lily

White is usually associated with purity and heaven. Fresh and crisp, white lilies also represent purity and modesty, making them the fiore of choice for funerals, condolence messages o an accompaniment...
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posted by Genevievebarbie
 Basic idea of their meanings
Basic idea of their meanings
At first glance, te may think that a lotus fiore is just like any other striking bloom adding a nice pop of color to a landscape. Sure, the plant’s delicate, symmetrical form and charming colori are a head-turner, but beyond beauty are deeper meanings and symbolism worth noting. So what makes lotus plants unique, and why are they so popular? Fun fact : It is considered as the national fiore of India.

1. White Lotus
 White Lotus
White Lotus

White lotus fiori are one of the most popolare colors. They signify many things, including beauty, grace, purity of mind, wealth, knowledge, fertility, and...
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posted by Genevievebarbie
 Basic idea of Carnation colours
Basic idea of Carnation colours
Generally, carnations symbolize joy, love, pride, and beauty. Another carnation meaning comes from its Latin name Dianthus caryophyllus. Which means the fiore of Amore o the fiore of the gods. So, carnations are all about Amore and beauty. But, the carnation meaning also varies depending on its color. Let’s take a look at what each carnation color represents.

1. rosa Carnation
 rosa Carnation
Pink Carnation

Generally, rosa carnation is a symbol of a mother’s love. It represents the deep and unconditional love. The one that only a mother feels to her children. So, a bouquet of rosa carnation is a perfect...
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posted by Genevievebarbie
 A basic idea of the colori of rose
A basic idea of the Colors of Roses
The color te choose on certain occasions makes a big difference. te would not want to wear bright and festive colori at funerals and you’d definitely go for vibrant hues when you’re elated and going for a celebration of success. The same goes for fiori and roses. Some may say that regardless of the color, a rose is a rose. That’s where te got it all wrong. The color of the rose sent have significant meanings. They may smell sweet but their color is trying to tell te something. And in this lista of colori and rose meaning, not every color te send out screams romantic.

1. Black Roses...
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posted by GypsyMarionette
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Absinth/Wormwood:     Separation and Torment of Love
Acacia:     Platonic Love, concealed love
Aconite/Monkshood:     Misanthropy and Poisonous Words
Adams's Needle:     A Friend in Need
Adonis:     Recollection of Life's Pleasure
Almond:     Virginity and Fruitfulness
Almond Blossom:     Hope and Watchfulness
Aloe:     Wisdom and Integrity
Allspice:     Compassion
Alyssum (sweet):     Worth...
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