All flowers have a meaning. The Victorians used to use flowers as a symbol to express their feelings. Here is a list of different flowers and their meanings.

Language of Flowers | Sacred Wicca

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Interesting and informative infographic all about the meanings behind the different colors of flowers.

Flower Meanings By Color | Visual.ly

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The Meaning of Flowers when you give flowers, what do they mean?

The Meaning of Flowers

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Gardenia: This flower has some deep floral meanings, it actually says “You are lovely” and it is even a symbol of a secret love. This is a great gift for those of us that are true romantics, think Romeo and Juliet style. Make sure that you are giving this to someone that you really care about.

Frost Proof Gardenia

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There is a great deal of symbolism and meaning associated with your birthday; here are the various flowers, gemstones, and trees commonly thought to correspond with each month of the year...

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March's Signs and Symbols: March’s birthstone is Aquamarine Aquamarine (Stone of Courage): Purification, lifts ones spirit, calms the nerves March’s birth flower is the Daffodil or Jonquil Daffodils have the flower meaning of rebirth, respect, regard and unrequited love. - The daffodil is one of the first flowers of spring, therefore it is a symbol of rebirth. March’s trees are Weeping Willow, Hazelnut, Lime and Oak.

Birth Month Signs, Symbols and Gift Ideas

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Edelweiss My alltime favorite wildflower. It has been under Naturschutz (endangered list) since the 1940s, fines for picking them are steep.

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Carnation is the month of January. Symbolism...Each color of a Carnation has a different meaning. Light red symbolizes admiration, while dark red symbolizes a deep love. White symbolizes both pure love and luck. Striped Carnations symbolize regret. Purple Carnations are said to indicate capriciousness. Green Carnations are used predominantly on St. Patrick's Day. Pink Carnations are said to be a symbol of a mother's undying love.

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The magnolia flower meaning is attached with the symbols of perseverance, nobility, beauty, sweetness, dignity and love of nature. The white magnolias flower meanings include purity and perfection. The pink magnolia flowers mean youth and innocence added with joy. The purple magnolias help in achieving the wishes of luck and health.

Magnolia Flower Meaning

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List for young women to make their secret message in the tussie mussie design

Language of Flowers

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Lilacs Symbol is "Joy of Youth" One of my favorite floral scents

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Autumn Crocus or Meadow Saffron (Colchicum speciosum) In the language of flowers: "My happy days are past."

Colchicum speciosum | Fine Gardening

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Bachelor's Button (Centaurea cyanus). In the language of flowers: "I have often made sport with love." Symbolizes hope in love, single wretchedness, celibacy. Photo by Bohringer Friedrich.

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Penhaligon's Guide to Floriography | Bluebell

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White Violet - 'Candor' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Wild violet, candor - ID: 1574974 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Narcissus - 'Self Love' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Narcissus, self love - ID: 1574968 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Hollyhock - 'Ambition' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Holly-hock, ambition - ID: 1574976 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Forget-me-not - 'Remembrance' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Forget-me-not - ID: 1575024 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Sunflower - 'Haughtiness' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Sunflower, haughtiness - ID: 1575014 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Gladiola - 'On the Defensive' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Gladiola, on the defensive - ID: 1574960 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Peony - 'Archness' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Peony, archness - ID: 1574942 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Honeysuckle - 'Fidelity' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Honeysuckle, fidelity - ID: 1574970 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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Thoughts of Thee: Language of Flowers

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Lily of the Valley postcard- Lily of the Valley translates to `return of happiness'.

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The Language of Flowers

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