The Language Of Flowers

An insightful look at why women are drawn to flowers.

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“Flowers are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities in the world.”– Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Why are women drawn to flowers?

“A flower’s appeal is in its contradictions — so delicate in form yet strong in fragrance, so small in size yet big in beauty, so short in life yet long on effect.” — Terri Guillemets

1. Flowers symbolize romance

“If I had a single flower for every time I thought about you, I could walk forever in my garden.” — Claudia Adrienne Grandi

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P.S: Not a daisy goes by where I don’t think about you — pun intended.

2. Flowers are associated with femininity

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“A rose can never be a sunflower, and a sunflower can never be a rose. All flowers are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women too.” — Miranda Kerr

1. Calla lilies

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A symbol of magnificence and beauty. White Calla lilies combine these two attributes with purity and innocence.

2. Carnations

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A symbol of pride and beauty. A red carnation symbolizes love; pink symbolizes the love of a woman or a mother; yellow symbolizes disdain; while white symbolizes innocence and pure love.

3. Gardenias

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They represent purity and sweetness. They indicate secret love and convey joy. They communicate how lovely the receiver is.

4. Peonies

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A symbol for bashfulness and compassion. They symbolize a happy life, happy marriage, good health, and prosperity.

5. Roses

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A symbol of love. A red rose is an unmistakable expression of love; white Roses represent purity, chastity, and innocence while lavender Roses convey enchantment. They also symbolize “love at first sight”.

6. Sunflowers

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Sunflowers represent pure thoughts. They symbolize adoration and dedication.

7. Tulips

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They symbolize a declaration of love. They also represent fame and perfect love.

“If I could learn the language of flowers, I would ask them to teach me how to speak beauty in silence”

— Princely Glorious

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