Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day Flowers and Their Meanings

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about how to express your love through flowers. The flowers you choose can convey deep emotion and meaning to your significant other. Here are some of the most popular Valentine’s Day blooms and what they represent.


Nothing says “I love you” quite like a Valentine’s Day flower of gorgeous roses. Red roses symbolize true love and passion. Give a dozen to your soulmate to showcase the depth of your devotion. Pink roses indicate more innocent, newly developing love, while yellow roses represent friendship and care. White roses signify purity and innocence matter their color, roses make the ultimate Valentine’s Day statement.


Lilies are a classic symbol of devotion. Their trumpet shape and sweet fragrance evoke romance. Stargazer lilies, with their striking pink and white blooms, make a distinctive Valentine’s Day gift. Pair them with red roses for an eye-catching bouquet.


Though humble, carnations are rich with symbolism. Red carnations convey deep love and affection. Pink blooms represent gratitude and joy. White signifies pure, innocent love.

Carnations come in different varieties with ruffled or smooth petals. Select a bouquet featuring carnations alongside other flowers like tulips and daisies. 


Orchids denote luxury and beauty. Their elegant blooms instantly add a touch of class. Phalaenopsis orchids, also called moth orchids, come in white, pink, purple, and patterned varieties. Dendrobium orchids feature delicate clusters of flowers.

Send orchids to your sweetie for an opulent Valentine’s Day gift. A bouquet of magenta dendrobium orchids tied with a satin ribbon makes a striking impression. Or go for a bold color with purple phalaenopsis stems.


Tulips come in an array of vibrant hues, each with its meaning. Red tulips declare your undying love. Purple symbolizes royalty and passion. Pink conveys happiness and confidence. White tulips represent forgiveness.

Give your sweetie a colorful bunch of tulips this February 14th. The mixture of hues will create a one-of-a-kind display.


Sunflowers communicate warmth, happiness, and loyalty. Their bright golden petals encapsulate the sun’s vibrant energy. Give a sunflower bouquet to your soulmate to spread sunshine on Valentine’s Day. The flowers will lift their spirits whenever they catch a glimpse.

For best results, choose sunflowers with wide, open blooms from your local florist. Sunflowers pair nicely with roses and alstroemeria for a joyful arrangement.


In ancient Greece, the iris symbolized eloquence and messages. Today, purple irises represent wisdom and compliments. Blue iris blooms convey faith and hope. Yellow means passion. Give irises to inspire your loved one and uplift their spirits.

Bearded irises have ruffled, flowy petals in a spectrum of colors. Dutch irises boast simpler elongated blooms. Both types make excellent Valentine’s bouquets!


Hydrangeas embody devotion thanks to their full, clustered flower heads. Pink or blue blooms work well for Valentine’s Day. Avoid white, which signifies boasting or frigidity. Give your partner a bouquet of hydrangeas to shout your dedication from the rooftops.

Lacecap hydrangeas have flattened flower heads with petite buds in the center. Mophead hydrangeas feature large, round blooms. Choose lush pink or blue hydrangea stems and pair them with roses for contrast. 


Peonies burst forth with bountiful, romantic blooms. Red peonies represent devotion and bashfulness. Pink symbolizes prosperity and good fortune. White denotes beauty and innocence. Give peonies to share your tender feelings.

Tree peonies and herbaceous peonies both make stunning Valentine’s arrangements. The ruffled, fragrant flowers pair elegantly with roses and larkspur. 


Ranunculus boasts delicate layers of crepe-like petals with a lovely buttercup shape. Though less common, it makes a unique Valentine’s gift. Red conveys your passion, while pink ranunculus shows gentleness. White represents radiant charm and joy.

Give your sweetie a mixed bouquet featuring ranunculus, spray roses, and Queen Anne’s lace for texture. A professional florist can craft a graceful arrangement around these dainty blooms. Make it an unforgettable holiday surprise.


Though lesser known, anemones deserve more recognition as romantic flowers. Red symbolizes forsaken love, while pink indicates anticipation. White represents sincerity. Purple conveys protection against evil.

Send a colorful collection of anemones to your dearest darling. Let the cheery daisy-like blooms speak from your heart. Anemones pair gorgeously with tulips, irises, and freesia. 


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