The Meaning Behind Your Valentine's Day Flowers
This elegant and fluffy flower is often associated with romance, prosperity, and bashfulness. Alone or in mixed bouquets, peonies make the perfect Valentine's Day surprise!
Gerbera Daisies are best known for their vibrant colors and large flowering heads! This flower symbolizes beauty, innocence, and purity and is the perfect way to brighten your Valentine's Day.
The ultimate symbol of love and passion, Roses are a classic Valentine's Day gift. A bouquet of long-stem red roses is a great way to show your loved one that you care.
The carnation has a ruffled bloom and comes in a wide assortment of colors. The flower symbolizes fascination, admiration, and new love. If you are in a new relationship, the carnation makes a wonderful Valentine's Day gift.
This flower has an exquisite, rose-like blossom that is both colorful and silky. Ranunculas symbolizes charm, attraction, and radiance. These Valentine's Day flowers will last for over a week in a vase, and even longer in a flower pot.
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