Knowing the secret language of flowers for romantic messages is very important because sometimes the external beauty of the flowers does not correspond to their internal symbolic meaning.

Generally, it’s not a female’s habit to give flowers to a man, just the opposite. However, it’s important to understand the secret meaning of the flower-coded messages that a man gives to you. To decorate your home you can use any flowers created by Mother Nature and any colors. But knowing the secret language of flowers for romantic messages is very important because sometimes the external beauty of the flowers does not correspond to their internal symbolic meaning.

 

Secret language of flower-coded messages you get from a man

 

Secret language of flower-coded messages

 

Although, nearly every flower had multiple associations, there are a few unshakable rules of the secret language of flowers you need to know about.

Sometimes, the meaning comes from the appearance or behavior of the plant itself. For example, the mimosa, or sensitive plant, represents chastity. This is because the leaves of the mimosa close at night, or when touched; and the deep red rose has been used to symbolize the intensity of romantic love.

In the Victorian times, a woman had to be pretty precise about the kind of flowers and where she wore them. For instance, a suitor had sent her a rose and if she pinned it to the cleavage, that would be bad news for him, since that signified friendship. But if she pinned it over her heart, that was an unambiguous declaration of love.

Although, nearly every flower had multiple associations, there are a few unshakable rules of the secret language of flowers you need to know about.

Is it an intention or an unintentional bitter surprise?

 

After all, what can better tell about a romantic feeling than delicate, weightless, almost transparent petals of fresh flowers? However, you have to know the secret language of flower-coded romantic messages to understand the real meaning behind.

Say, red roses are the safest bet. They express sincere love, boundless passion, and respect. But what if you get a bouquet of luxurious yellow roses from a man you care about, would it mean “bye-bye my love” or it is an unintentional bitter surprise? Is it a mistake or intention? Did he just whip out his credit card and order a bouquet online, or he did it at purpose? Remember, an anonymous florist has no idea who you are, what your relationship is and what kind of a message he wanted to give to you.

 

These flowers have negative meanings

 

So, let’s check a few things that you have to know about and clarify somehow with him if you are in doubt about the real meaning of his flower-coded message.

Yellow flowers

Most often, yellow flowers have negative meaning or no romantic meaning at all.

  • Yellow roses are one of the only roses that have no romantic meaning.
  • Yellow hyacinths mean jealousy and no trust
  • Yellow chrysanthemums symbolize neglected love or sorrow.
  • Yellow carnation – rejection, disdain, disappointment

Cyclamens do not symbolize happiness

Since ancient times, cyclamens have been a symbol of loneliness; desire to forget, to leave, and to end the relationship. They mean that all good things will eventually end.

Be aware of “male” flowers

Amaryllis and anthurium are “male” flowers that symbolize true masculinity. With these flowers, you can express your admiration for a man telling him that he is the most daring, brave, and passionate.

 

Secret language of  flower-coded messages

 

All basics you need to know about the secret language of flowers for romantic messages are here. Let’s start.

Rose

  • Red rose – true love and boundless passion.
  • Rosebuds of any colour – beauty, purity, love, and youth; the beginning of a relationship.
  • White rose – silence or innocence, wistfulness, virtue, purity, secrecy, reverence and humility. “Will you ever be mine?”
  • Cream rose – charm and thoughtfulness; the perfect way to tell you that you are on his mind.
  • Hot pink rose – gratitude, appreciation, and recognition. “Thank you for being with me.”
  • Light pink rose – desire, passion, gentleness, youth, energy, and joy of life.
  • Coral or orange rose – desire and passion.
  • Lavender rose – love at first sight; a sign of enchantment.
  • Purple rose – colour associated with royalty.

Blue rose

Mystery. This beauty was obtained due to the work of breeders; and if a man wants to give you something special, unreal and magnificent, then the blue rose is his perfect choice.

The number of roses

  • One rose given to a person means that person is the only one and the best.One piece is often given to young girls to express a man’s affection.
  • A bouquet of one hundred and one roses is best suited for confessing love, offering a hand and heart, and also in gratitude for the birth of a son or daughter.

Lily

Secret language of flower-coded messages

  • White lily – divine beauty, nobility, hope and purity.
  • Pink lily – “Pay attention to me!”
  • Yellow lilies – thankfulness, some frivolity, and desire for enjoyment
  • Tiger lilies – vanity
  • Orange lily – desire and passion

Also, lilies symbolize love between two women and hold masculine qualities as the Greeks held the lily as a symbol of high eroticism and sexuality

Orchid

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Since ancient times, the delicate and exotic orchid represents love, luxury, beauty, strength, fertility, refinement, thoughtfulness, elegance, and charm.

  • White orchids – a refined beauty, innocence and purity, as well as elegance and reverence.
  • Pink orchids – femininity, grace, and joy.
  • Yellow orchids – friendship and new beginnings.
  • Purple orchids – admiration, respect, dignity, and royalty.
  • Orange orchids – pride, enthusiasm, and boldness.
  • Blue orchids come in every colour but true blue; however, blue tinted orchids represent rarity.
  • Red orchids – passion and desire, strength and courage.
  • Green orchids – good health and longevity; they are thought to bring good fortune and blessings.

Tulips

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Delicate and romantic, tulips symbolize endless happiness, but acquired additional meaning, depending on the colour.

  • Red tulips: passion, undying and perfect love. “I don’t know how to tell you about my love!”
  • Pink tulips: caring, good wishes, friendship, joyful occasions, and confidence.
  • Purple tulips: nobility, royalty, rebirth, and spring.
  • White tulips: forgiveness, remembrance, worthiness, and sincerity.
  • Yellow tulips: cheerful thoughts, sunshine, and hope; they give a compliment: “Your smile is like a sunbeam!”
  • Orange tulips: understanding, appreciation, and true love.
  • Multi-coloured tulips: admiration for radiant eyes.

Peonies

 

Probably, this is one of the most awaited gifts for you, since a peony is the promise of a happy marriage.

Gerbera

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Gerbera is as unpredictable and contradictory as the woman herself. It’s one of the flirtiest flowers around.

Carnations

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Be careful with carnations! Although generally they mean fascination and love, they also symbolize quite different things:

  • Striped and yellow carnations indicate the disappointment and intention to end the relationship.
  • White carnations – purity and luck
  • Light red carnations – admiration
  • Red carnations – love and affection. However, in Christianity they mean the Virgin Mary’s tears; and in Russia and some other European countries red carnations are worn to remember and honour veterans of the Second World War.
  • Pink carnations – gratitude.
  • Green carnation – secret symbol of the followers of Oscar Wilde.
  • Purple carnation – capriciousness, whimsical, changeable, unreliability (also, the traditional funeral flower in France)

Chrysanthemum

Secret language of flower-coded messages

  • Red chrysanthemums – love and deep passion.
  • Yellow chrysanthemums – neglected love or sorrow.
  • White chrysanthemum – a symbol of loyalty and devoted love.
  • Violet chrysanthemums – a wish to get well.

Hyacinth

Secret language of flower-coded messages

  • White hyacinth – admiration, joy, lifelong affection, and purity of intentions; if you get a white hyacinth, it means that you are charming, tender, and adorable.
  • Pink hyacinth – the desire to get to know each other better.
  • Blue hyacinth – tranquility, constancy, faithfulness, and consistency
  • Yellow hyacinth – jealousy.
  • Purple hyacinth – a sincere regret for the end of the relationship.

Iris

Secret language of flower-coded messages

In Greek, the name “Iris” translates as “rainbow” and like a rainbow, iris has a host of meanings. It is one of the few flowers that naturally and profusely produce blue hues.

  • Blue irises – faith, royalty, and hope. “You are my queen!”
  • Purple irises – royalty and wisdom.
  • Yellow irises: While other yellow flowers generally have a negative meaning, yellow irises symbolize passion, pride and hope.
  • Orange irises – harmony, inspiration, sociability, contentment, and intelligence.

Aster

  • Purple asters symbolize wisdom and royalty and are the most popular colour.
  • White asters symbolize purity and innocence.
  • Red asters symbolize undying devotion.
  • Pink asters symbolize sensitivity and love.

Alstroemeria

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Commonly called the Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas, alstroemerias come in many shades of red, orange, purple, green, and white, flecked and striped and streaked with darker colours. Generally, they symbolize friendship, love, strength, devotion, mutual support and the ability to help each other through the trials and tribulations of life.

Amaryllis and Anthurium

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Until now, we have mainly talked about flowers that are given to women, but you can also express your admiration for your man by giving him an amaryllis or anthurium. It will tell him that you consider him the most daring, brave, and passionate.

May your man give you flowers for every suitable reason … and without any.

 

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

Secret language of flower-coded messages

 

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