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Trivia Valentine’s Day Flowers that Beat Roses

Discussion in 'Love' started by Yours, Jan 11, 2016.

  1. 7 Valentine’s Day Flowers that Beat Roses
    For a thoughtful and surprising way to say "I love you," pick up one of these romantic floral alternatives this Valentine's Day.

    Red and pink tulips symbolize fresh beginnings, says celebrity event designer Please or Register to view links, making them great to give when you've just started a romance. A perfectly scarlet tulip represents "perfect love," according to one Turkish legend. Tulips can also help if you're in the doghouse; smooth things over with yellow tulips (cheerful thoughts) and encourage forgiveness with white tulips.

    Please or Register to view links tropical arrangements like anthurium or orchids are reminiscent of the far-off places they hail from (Hawaii, Brazil, the Amazon Basin), adding an exotic hint of fantasy to your floral mix. Orchids in particular are delicate and graceful, representing love, luxury, beauty and strength.

    The yellow petals and open face of this big bright flower symbolizes the sun itself. An entire bouquet conveys warmth, happiness, adoration, and lasting love.

    Gerber Daisies
    Daisies typically look innocent and fun, but a red one is a sweet and unexpected choice to express love, says Please or Register to view links. Grab a multicolored bunch to say "I admire you," "thank you," "I love you," and "you make me happy" all at once.
    Lilies are elegant and refined, but a bold choice. Bailey suggests a Mini Cala Lily, which blends magnificence and beauty with purity and innocence, or a Red Peruvian Lily, which mixes red heart-shaped petals with a hint of yellow.
    Pink carnations symbolize a mother's undying love—and their budget friendly price means you can afford a substantial bouquet.

    If you're part of the 36 percent of women who bought flowers for their guy last Valentine's Day, pick up a pot of these to say "I love you." More spiny than delicate, succulents like aloe, cacti, or sempervivum are easy to care for and can last for months inside or out.
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  2. jjarongay

    jjarongay Forum Veteran Established

    Thanks for sharing ts (y)
  3. youre welcome :)
  4. EARZE

    EARZE PHC Contributor Established

    thanks for sharing boss.. (y)
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  5. N1ghtmare

    N1ghtmare Forum Veteran Established

    Nice tips, thanks for sharing :sneaky:(y)
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