Best flowers to send on valentine's day

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If you’re planning on sending someone flowers on Valentine’s Day, then you’re likely also trying to get some sort of message across. Usually, this is a message of love, caring or friendship and flowers are a wonderful way to express any and all of these sentiments. That said, you may be wondering—what are the best flowers to send on Valentine’s Day? Here are some of our top picks:

 

Flowers have long had special meanings attributed to them, but each bloom carries its own unique set of symbolism and associations. So, if you’re ready to start narrowing down your choices for a special flower delivery for Valentine’s Day, take a closer look at these popular (and a few less common) options.

 

Roses

When most people think about Valentine’s Day flowers, their first thought is of roses. It’s the most given type of flower on V-Day. There’s no clear reason why roses consistently hold the top spot, but there’s plenty of speculation. Roses are obviously very beautiful to look at and they have an enchanting fragrance. They also come in a wide range of colors and varieties. Red is so often associated with love and the deep, rich shades of red that you can find roses in, coupled with their velvety appearance probably prompt a lot of people to grab roses to express their amorous feelings.

 

Tulips

Tulips are said to stand for perfect love, according to Turkish legend. If you’re looking for a gift just to brighten someone’s day, then yellow tulips may be in order as they stand for cheerful thoughts. On the other hand, if you’re interested in patching up a relationship then white tulips are the flowers to turn to, as they stand for forgiveness.

 

Orchids

Symbolising love, beauty, strength and luxury, orchids are a bit more of an exotic Valentine’s Day choice. This alluring element very well may be what makes them the perfect choice when you want something less expected.

 

Lilies

There are so many unique types of lilies, so you should be able to find one that suits your Valentine’s Day intentions. For example, Tiger lilies symbolise passion. Casa Blanca lilies, on the other hand, symbolise beauty, class and style.

 

Daisies

Daisies are bright, bold and happy. These blooms tend to put a smile on everyone’s faces, so they make a wonderful choice if you want to do a flower delivery for Valentine’s Day for a special friend. These colorful charmers are said to stand for beauty, purity and innocence.

 

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  • Gaurav Makhija
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