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Part 13: The top 10 Valentine's Flowers and where to get them

It's Sunday and it's the day before Valentine's Day - and therefore we want to use this post for helping you to make the right decision tomorrow - if you decide to surprise your Valentine with flowers. We would feel honored if you plan to visit us and we can help you to choose the right bouquet.


But before we give you our top ten list, let us first say a few things about flowers in general and their symbolism. Flowers have been around for centuries and were used as offerings to the gods, as well as being placed on graves to signify remembrance.


Today, flowers are still seen as a sign of appreciation or love and care given to someone special as a gift. Not only are they beautiful, but they also come in many different colors, shapes, and sizes so that you can choose the right bouquet for your loved one.


Flowers have different meanings depending on their color. Red roses symbolize love whereas white lilies signify peace – making them a great choice for funerals and memorial services. Yellow sunflowers represent joyfulness and happiness while purple irises stand for wisdom.


The flower's name is also important because it can mean something different than what you think: red carnations signify passion, but pink ones symbolize admiration; blue hyacinths mean faithfulness, but violet ones stand for disappointment as well.


Red Roses: Send this symbol of love and passion to someone special on Valentine’s Day! The red rose is a traditional gift for lovers, and they are also used in weddings or other romantic occasions such as anniversaries. Red roses can be given alone or combined with flowers like violets, carnations, and tulips in a bouquet.


White Lilies: White lilies are known for their fragrance and beauty. They also symbolize purity or chastity as well as innocence and sweetness; they make an excellent gift any time of year! You can give these flowers by themselves or combine them with other types of flowers like red roses or pink carnations. Red tulips are another option if you want something more colorful than white lilies alone.


Purple Orchids: Orchids have long been considered one of the most beautiful and elegant flowers, especially when they're purple. Their color symbolizes royalty, so sending a bouquet of purple orchids to your loved one is sure to make an impression. They also have a sweet fragrance, making them a perfect choice for any occasion.


Sunflowers: Sunflowers are cheerful and happy flowers that always put a smile on everyone's face. They come in many different colors like yellow, orange, and red, and their petals are shaped like the sun. Send a bouquet of sunflowers to your loved one on Valentine's Day to show them how much you care!

Tulips: Tulips come in many different colors, but red tulips are often associated with love and romance. They make a beautiful addition to any bouquet, whether you're giving them as a gift or adding them to your home decor. Purple tulips are also popular because they symbolize royalty and wealth; send some purple blooms to your loved one on Valentine's Day!


Carnations: Carnations have been long associated with love and passion, so it's no surprise that red carnations are often used in Valentine's Day bouquets. These flowers also symbolize good luck, so sending them to your loved ones will show them just how much you care about their wellbeing!

Peonies: Peonies come in all shapes and sizes, but they're usually a bright shade of pink or white with red centers that look like roses. These flowers are often used in weddings because of their romantic symbolism, and they also represent luxury and wealth. If you want to show your loved ones how special they are, send them a bouquet of peonies on Valentine's Day!


Iris: The iris is a beautiful flower that comes in many different colors like blue, purple, and yellow. It symbolizes wisdom, faithfulness, and hope, making it the perfect choice for a Valentine's Day bouquet. Iris flowers also have a sweet fragrance that will remind your loved one of how much you care about them.

Chrysanthemums: Chrysanthemums come in many different colors like white, yellow, and pink, but they're most commonly associated with the color red. These flowers are often given as gifts to show someone that you care about them, and they also symbolize happiness and joy. Send a bouquet of chrysanthemums to your loved one this Valentine's Day for a cheerful display of affection!


Gerbera Daisies: Gerbera daisies come in many different colors like white, yellow, pink, and orange. They're one of the most popular flowers for Valentine's Day because they symbolize cheerfulness and happiness. Send a bouquet of gerberas to someone special this year!


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Daisies are cheerful and happy flowers that always put a smile on everyone's face. They come in many different colors like yellow, orange, and red, and their petals are shaped like the sun. Send a bouquet of sunflowers to your loved one on Valentine's Day to show them how much you care!


And we have exactly these flowers chosen to arrange our annual Valentine's Day bouquets. If you visit our online store or if you visit us in our store - these bouquets are waiting for you.


Sincerely

Christian Felix