One of the things that has recently intrigued me the most is flowers and their meanings. We are so used to the idea that any flowers are perfect for any occasion that we fail to realize that some are more appropriate than others.
Red tulips are associated with true love, purple represent loyalty, yellow symbolize hopeless love and white tulips represent forgiveness.
Sunflower represents loyalty and constancy. Wild sunflowers are usually photographed with their tall stalks and petals stretched toward the sun.
Violets represent loyalty, modesty and faithfulness. Its symbolic roots reach all the way into myth, legend and religion.
We use them as a way to say ‘I love you’ to someone special because they symbolize beauty and perfection. Red roses have been used as a symbol for love in numerous works of art, such as paintings, media and music.
If you consider yourself to be a bookworm, you have probably realized that many writers use daisies as symbols for something pure and innocent.
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Come to think of it, flowers have really insightful and keen associations in different cultures and religions. They are universal symbols that have their own language.