What kind of flowers are good for Valentine’s Day?

As Valentine’s day is on its way, we start to look for a thoughtful and surprising way to say ‘I love you’. In order to avoid a cliché, choosing the right kind of flowers can properly and uniquely express love and passion for your Valentine. Brushing up on the meaning behind the blooms will likely inform your choices or heighten the appreciation of your sweet-smiling gift.

These fluffy blooms are associated with a variety of meanings. Bashfulness, prosperity, and romance. As one Greek myth states, Apollo used to turn pretty nymphs into ponies if Aphrodite knew he was flirting with them.

Gerbera Daisies
Daisies are long known for symbolizing beauty, innocence, and purity. The Gerbera Daisies are famous for their large flowering heads which gives them the additional meaning of cheerfulness.

As a Lilium plant, alstroemeria has these long-lasting and attention-grabbing petals which represent heart and soul devotion. Best of all, they are easy to find in most neighborhood supermarkets.

Casa Blanca Lilies
These pure white oriental lilies typically stand for class, beauty, and elegance. A man who sends a bouquet with these dramatic – and expensive – lilies are usually recognized as a sophisticated and thoughtful partner. Ladies will love these stunning blooms’ delicate fragrance.

Purple indicates mystery and royalty. Dark blue, or purple irises are undoubtfully embodiments of elegant figures. They stand for faith and hope. If your love is deep yet strong, mix irises with red tulips will be the best choice for your Valentine bouquet.

If you are part of the 36 percent of women who would like to buy flowers for their guy, pick up a pot of these to say ‘I love you’. Succulents are like aloe, easy to take care of and can last for months inside or out. Nothing can please your guy more than succulents.