Flowers have been used as a universal language for centuries to express emotions when words fail. Most of us are unable to differentiate flowers or remember the names of them, let alone know the meaning of it. However, certain milestones, occasions and events in life send us right to a florist.
There are no definitive meaning to flowers. Take for example, In Russia, an odd number of blooms signifies joy, and even numbers are reserved for grieving and funerals. In Belgium and Austria, the chrysanthemum is used almost exclusively as a memorial flower to honor loved ones while in Australia, chrysanthemums are the official flower for Mother’s Day due to their nickname “mums.”
Let us begin on this journey to speak the language of flowers
The Gerbera (or commonly known here as Daisy) is the epitome of Youthfulness and cheerfulness with its large headed petals available in myriad colours. We paired them Alstroemeria which represent friendship and devotion to celebrate the adventure of youths.
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