Common Flowers and What They Symbolize
Now that summer is here, it is all about going to your neighboring garden centers and nursery center to buy the right plants for your yard. Landscaping and design can really turn around your entire yard and give it a brand new look, and this can be emphasized even more if you are planting flowers that have some meaning to you! Here are some of the most common flowers you can find at garden centers as a way to give your home extra meaning.
These are bright red and pink flowers that signify a world filled with beauty. They are so bright they will sure bring tons of beauty to your backyard!
Birds of paradise
These interesting flowers look similar to an actual bird that is about to take flight. Becuase birds are world travelers, these flowers signify anticipation and exciting times ahead.
These flowers are often seen in weddings and funerals but can be great additions to your garden! They symbolize purity, innocence, and beauty and their white petals will dazzle all summer long.
These are some of the most versatile flowers out there. There are so many different colors out there and each has their own specific meaning. For example, red carnations represent love, pink is for motherly love, a yellow one is given for a negative occasion such as funerals, and a white carnation symbolizes innocence and is great for giving to new mothers after the birth of their child.
Freesias are beautiful and great for those who would like to remember their loved ones as the signify thoughtfulness. A whole garden bed of freesias will be a great memory garden.
Bright and colorful, these flowers are part of the daisy family and will bring a smile to everyone looking at them. This is because they represent cheerfulness and happiness!
These large bulbous flowers are great to give to someone who has understood you. They are great given as a way to express gratitude and look fantastic lining a sidewalk or a driveway.
So what flower means the most to you? If you are feeling lucky, go right ahead and buy them all — your garden will thank you!