Your Valentine’s Day…
Is Valentine’s Day approaching and you still don’t know what to get for that special someone? In this article we’ll give you some ideas and we’ll recommend the best flowers for Valentine’s Day.
For centuries, a flower has been more than just a flower.
It’s a symbol and can send quite the complex message if you can read its meanings correctly.
Dating back to ancient Egypt, lotuses were seen as symbolizing rebirth. William Shakespeare wrote of herbal meanings in his play “Hamlet,” with the crazed Ophelia saying “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.” But the symbolism of flowers really took off in the Victorian era when it became a way to deliver coded messages, whether they be romantic or… well, less positive.
Roses are the most classical choice for Valentine’s Day; they never go out of style. Their beauty is so spectacular that they have yet to be dethroned as the queen of gardens. There’s a great variety of roses, so you can choose the one that best fits your tastes. However, you can’t go wrong on Valentine’s Day with a traditional bouquet of red roses, as they symbolize the love and passion that exists between two people, so, for this reason, it’s one of the flowers to give on Valentine’s Day, preferred by everyone.