Understanding the language of flowers

 The origins of its name has been lost in translation, though ancient Persians wore tulips in their turbans and the Turkish people cultivated the flower as an emblem of paradise on earth.

Friendship, trust, and thoughtfulness, are just three of the meanings associated with the bloom.

 It symbolizes long life, adoration, and brightness of mood, among other representations.

The flower originates in Japan, but its name comes from the Greek "hydor," meaning water, and "angos," meaning jar or vessel—a reference to its cup-shaped flower.

Derived from the the ancient Greek term leirion (one of the first words for flower), the lily flower symbolizes purity, passion, and rebirth, among other meanings.

Forget Me Not
this delicate bloom is associated with true love, fidelity and loyalty in a relationship, as well as affection between two people, among other connotations.

The Greeks named it twice: "antirrhinon," meaning nose-like, and “kynokephelon,” or dog-headed. Sometimes used as a charm against falsehood.

The word lilac derives from a host of languages: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Persian, and even Sanskrit.

A member of the genus narcissus, named for the Greek demigod, some of the most common meanings associated with this flower include creativity, forgiveness, and awareness.

Click Here