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Romantic Blooms for Valentine’s Day

a closeup of tulips in the morning

Show your love to someone this month! Give a bouquet of flowers to someone here in Wylie, TX. Valentine’s Day is famous for giving roses, commonly viewed as the most romantic flower. Today the Mansions of Wylie Blog has suggestions for other swoon-worthy blooms your loved ones will fawn over.

 

Tulips

Tulips are not only tall, delicate, and graceful, but they also are perfect for a holiday that celebrates love: Tulips mean perfect love. Choose a variety that symbolizes your intended specific message, or in a color your recipient simply loves, for a bouquet that leaves an impact. Be sure to keep it near a window to keep the flower lively, encouraging it to stand tall.

 

Gerbera Daisies

These friendly flowers are the fifth most popular flower in the world, and we understand why! They can mean innocence, purity, and cheerfulness, and they come in a wide range of colors. Choose a bouquet of daisies in red, orange, pink, white, and yellow to give your loved one a bunch of love and happiness.

 

Lilies

The rich history of lilies ties back to Greek mythology, offering a wide array of meanings associated with the different colors of the flower. White lilies symbolize chastity and virtue, Peruvian lilies (alstroemeria) represent friendship and devotion, white stargazer lilies express sympathy, and pink stargazer lilies represent wealth and prosperity. These are the flowers of the 30th anniversary and the second anniversary, so take note if either of those anniversaries is coming up for you!

 

Of course, keep in mind what your loved one loves and dislikes about flowers. Avoid strong fragrances for anyone sensitive to smell and remember that sometimes people just don’t like flowers. Opt for something else instead and they’ll appreciate your consideration.

 

What are your favorite flowers to give or receive for Valentine’s Day? Share your ideas with the rest of the apartment community by leaving a comment. Thanks for reading!