Nearly all flowers have a specific meaning. For example, as most people know, red roses mean love but other rose colors, as well as other flowers, can mean many different things, either good or bad. You can find these meanings on the Internet (click here) or in various books.
Last year, for Valentine’s Day, I brought my girlfriend a single flower bouquet each day of the week (so 7 in all) leading up to Valentine’s Day. On the card that I included with each, I told her the meaning of the flower and why that particular phrase or word applied to her or to our relationship. This culminated with a red rose on Valentine’s day and resulted in a beautiful bouquet that meant far more to her than a dozen roses or a fully assembled bouquet.
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