Flowers and Bouquets (including Roses)
A Pocket Full of Roses
Flowers are important symbols. Here are some flowers and what they represent.
FLOWER SYMBOL OF Amaryllis pride Apple blossom hope, good fortune Baby’s breath pure heart, constancy Bachelor’s button hope and devotion Bluebell gratitude Blue violet modesty, faithfulness Carnation fidelity, deep love Daffodil regard, devotion Daisy innocence, youth, gentleness Fern fascination Flax I feel your kindness Forget-me-not remembrance, true love Gerbera Daisy thoughts of absent friends Hibiscus delicate beauty Holly foresight, good wishes Iris a message Jasmine grace, elegance Lilacs first emotions of love Lily of the valley return of happiness, purity and humility Marigold affection Mimosa secret love, sensibility Orange blossom fidelity, fertility Orchid rare beauty Peach blossom love’s captive Primrose young love Queen Anne’s lace magic, trust, and healing, steadfast love Rose A single rose (any color) in full bloom means "I love you." Star of Bethlehem reconciliation Sunflower adoration Thistle independence Tulip love, passion Violet modesty and simplicity Wallflower fidelity in adversity Water Lily purity of heart Zinnia thoughts of absent friends