Posted 5 years ago
In Victorian times, everyone was well versed in what is called the language of flowers. Every flower has a special meaning and any bouquet given was chosen carefully by flower type to convey the
correct meaning. If you are planning to send or give flowers for Valentine's Day, you might consider the various types and meanings before selection. For instance, the Anemone is symbolic
of unfading love, the aster of love's preference, the azalea means take care of yourself for me, fragile passion and is the Chinese symbol of womanhood. The bachelor button means celibacy, the bluebell means humility and constancy, and baby's breath is everlasting love.