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The purpose of flowers is derived from historical backgrounds, mythological or modern state of affairs. Every set of flowers has a special meaning but is interpreted differently across cultures like the Chinese, Greek, and Romanian cultures.

If you want to use a specific flower, but you don’t know the meaning or where to use it, don’t panic! This post contains many insights from a florist in Tullamarine that will guide you to choose the best flowers. That said, let’s get started.

1. Daisies

Daisies represent purity and innocence, but it has quite an exciting history among the Celtic people. According to the old Celtic legend, the daisy is Freya’s holy flower. And because Freya is the goddess of fertility and beauty, daisies represent motherhood and new beginnings. You can present Daisies during funeral occasions or baby shower ceremonies.

2. Delphiniums

The name Delphiniums(Larkspurs) is derived from the Greek word dolphin. So it’s a conical shaped flower that resembles the playful aquatic mammal (dolphin). Delphinium is a genus of approximately 300 species of perennial flowering plants. It symbolises lightheartedness, joy, liveliness and verve, which lights up the mood of those feeling low.

3. Tulips

Tulip flowers are large and brightly coloured (pink, red, yellow or white). They are a symbol or declaration of love as they come in cheerful and contrasting hues. Tulip flowers should be arranged in a formal vase (decorative container with handles) or a wide-mouthed mason jar and allowed to drape.

4. Calla Lilies

Calla lilies, also known as Arum lilies, are the traditional symbol of marriage. The flower is named after a Greek word that means beauty. It comes in various colours such as white, purple or yellow. The white calla lilies represent innocence, chastity and honesty among families and friends, whereas the yellow symbolises gratitude and the purple passion.  These flowers are best for wedding ceremonies or birthday parties.

5. Anemones

Anemone is a brightly coloured wildflower that symbolizes anticipation mainly because they open in the morning and close-up in the evening. It’s primarily used in weddings as bouquets. Anemones mostly come in white, which shows sincerity, while some come in red, blue, and purple, depending on your tastes and preferences.

6. Peonies

Peony or Paeony draws its importance from mythological and historical aspects, thus tied to multiple symbols and meanings. Its historical aspect is wealth, as Chinese emperors mostly used it in ancient times. Peonies also represent the honour, romance, compassion, happy marriage and prosperity. Therefore, peonies are best for wedding ceremonies as bouquets or can be gifted to newly wedded couples.

7. Red Roses

Red roses are often attached to love but could mean different meaning to different people. Go to any part of the world, and people will tell you that receiving red roses from someone is a declaration of love. It showcases deep affection, desire and longing for a significant other. Red roses make the perfect birthday and wedding ceremony gifts.

8. White Roses

Contrary to red roses, white roses represent innocence, chastity and purity. For this reason, white roses are mainly issued on ceremonial occasions such as graduations, christenings or weddings. However, it can also be given as a sign of remembrance of the loss of loved ones. Depending on the message you want to convey to your loved ones, white roses could be perfect flowers.

9. Lilies

Lily flowers represent purity and devotion, though the interpretation or meaning depends on the type of lily, colour and culture. For example, in the Greek culture and myth of Hera and Zeus, lily symbolises rebirth and motherhood. That said, lilies can be perfect gift flowers for newly wedded flowers or during baby shower ceremonies.

10. Cosmos

Cosmos flowers are associated with order and harmony because of their flowers’ harmonious petals. Its bright colour and scent is the reason why most people believe it showcases wholeness and peace. Other cosmos meanings include balance, modesty, joy and beauty. These flowers can be best for wedding, graduation or birthday parties.

11. Yellow Roses

Is sending yellow roses to someone you love a bad idea? Yellow flowers symbolise friendship and care, which means there are higher chances that the significant other won’t take you seriously. It’s a direct ticket to the friend zone as they have no romantic meaning or relation attached to them.

12. Orange Roses

Orange roses are a good substitute for valentines day roses as it represents passion and enthusiasm. It shows love, but not nearly as much as a bouquet of red flowers would do.

Due to its blend of red and yellow, it’s a great symbol of the romance stem, which starts from friendship to romantic relationships. Orange flowers are the best bet in the early stages of dating.

Get Your Flowers from a Florist in Tullamarine

Flowers express emotions among friends, lovers or family members. But, unfortunately, a flower can be misused or issued at the wrong place or time when its meaning is misinterpreted or misunderstood. We’ve got a variety of flowers you can order directly from our online shop. Place your order today and leave the delivery to us.