Happy New Year! It’s 2022! What a wonderful feeling to be able to restart and reorganize your goals in life, right? And don’t you just love the feeling of having the chance to achieve more? We certainly do!
There are so many ways you can start your year right, and one of them is making your loved ones feel that you are thankful for having them in your life through the good and rough times 2021 has brought for everyone.
For that, we’ve compiled a lovely list of flowers you can choose from.
#1 Roses: an all-time favourite with a touch of elegance and timeless beauty
Needless to say, roses are probably the first thing that will come to your mind when you want to give flowers to someone. It’s commonly associated with love, but really, this flower is more than just that. Roses come in different shades and sizes, and as a matter of fact, there are more than150 species of roses and thousands of hybrids.
Here are some colours of roses and their specific meanings to help you decide.
Red roses symbolize love and romance
Pink roses mean grace and elegance
Yellow roses represent friendship and cheer
White roses signify sympathy, purity, and innocence
Orange roses represent enthusiasm
#2 Gerberas: the epitome of beauty and charm
Just like roses, Gerberas are also a favourite of the many and are often seen in bouquets for their striking appearance. They come in vibrant colours, including red, orange, white, and cream. Gerberas are usually considered a symbol of beauty, innocence, happiness, and purity. What’s more, is that they have a very long vase life.
#3 Tulips: a symbolism of perfect and deep love
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Want to express your deep feelings for someone? Tulips are your best choice. Aside from that, and because tulips bloom at the start of spring, they could also mean rebirth. This beautiful bloom is almost perfectly proportionate in symmetry - with its 3 petals, and 3 sepals being almost the same size and shape as the petals.
Which colour to give? Here are a few and their meanings
Pink tulips mean affection, love, and good wishes
White tulips symbolise forgiveness, respect, and purity
Red tulips symbolise eternal love and passion
Purple tulips mean royalty and elegance
Yellow tulips represent happiness and hope
#4 Peonies: wealth, prosperity, and good fortune
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What comes to your mind when you think about Peonies? This lovely bloom is hard to miss because an individual peony can grow up to 10 inches wide, depending on its variety. They also come in different colours and just like Gerberas, they also have a very long vase life - they can last more than a week. Currently, there are more than 6,500 species of this flower under 3 categories: tree, herbaceous, and itoh.
If you’re thinking about giving this to anyone, they are perfect for someone who’s got married or is having their wedding soon as they symbolise a good omen for a happy marriage and represent love and romance.
#5 Chrysanthemums: a symbolism of happiness, joy, love or grief
It’s too early to say but do you know anyone who celebrates their birthday in November? Take note of this: this bloom is commonly known as the November birth flower. Mums signify different things depending on the culture. For example, in some European countries, they are a symbol of death and are always a part of funerals. In the U.S., they are considered positive and cheerful symbols.
If you have decided what to get your loved ones, just head on over to www.lucysflorist.com and browse through our beautiful new year flower arrangements perfect for any occasion!