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Rose Flowers Roses
There is no flower that has been revered and celebrated as much as the rose. As a source of inspiration to people throughout history, roses are the definitive symbol for love and appreciation. For the meanings of each rose color, please reference our Rose Guide. Read more about Rose Flowers
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Tulip Flowers Tulips
Tulips are one of the most popular spring flowers of all time, and the third most popular flower world-wide next only to the Rose and Chrysanthemum. It is believed that the Middle East was responsible for the emergence of tulips over 1 thousand years ago. Tulips were the symbol for the Turkish Empire. It is said that tulips got their name due to the resemblance to the headgear worn by people in the Middle East, such as the Persians -- the turban, that was also written as "toliban". Changed into Latin, this became "tulipa," hence the name tulips. Tulips symbolize imagination, dreaminess, perfect lover, and a declaration of love. Read more about Tulip Flowers
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Lily Flowers Lilies
Throughout history, lilies have inspired storytellers, poets and artists, pictures of the lily flower can be found on Egyptian tombs, Cretan wall paintings and Assyrian carvings dating back to the 1580 BC. Lilies were also a popular flower in ancient Jewish civilization, and the lily flower is mentioned in both the old and new testament. In Christianity, lilies are the symbol of chastity and virtue. Greek brides wear a crown of lilies to symbolize purity and abundance. In Feng Shui lilies are symbolic of summer and abundance, while the Chinese consider lilies to mean “forever in love.” The intrinsic beauty and symbolic purity of lilies, makes the lily flower a perfect gift for any occasion. Read more about Lily Flowers
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Orchid Flowers Orchids
Orchid flowers have always been admired for their elegant, exotic and refined appearance making them a sophisticated floral gift for any occasion. The intricate beauty of the orchids symbolize a wide variety of meanings. Historically orchids have symbolized wealth, love and beauty, while today orchids are treasured as symbols of rare and delicate beauty. To the early Greeks, the orchid represented virility, and the Chinese called it "the plant of the king's fragrance." During the Middle Ages, orchids were considered an aphrodisiac and were used in love potions.
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Carnation Flowers Carnations
Carnations are flowering plants native to the Near East and have been cultivated for last 2,000 years. Its original color was pink but later grew to include red, yellow white, purple and green. Carnations, the national flowers of Spain, date back to ancient Greek and Roman times and were used in art and décor. Is scientific name "dianthus" translates to "flower of love" or "flower of the gods". Some people believe "carnation" comes from "coronation" used in Greek ceremonial crowns. Carnations are the birth flowers for those born in January. Their ruffled appearance, clove-like scent, and extended blooming period captivate people, and in some countries, carnations are more popular than roses. Read more about Carnation Flowers
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Iris Flowers Iris
Iris, which in Greek means rainbow gets its name from the Greek Goddess Iris, the goddess of the rainbow, who was a messenger on Mount Olympus. The Goddess Iris would carry messages from the “eye of heaven” to the earth by the arc of the rainbow. So the Iris also symbolizes the “eye of heaven.” Which means that every time we carry an iris flower we carry a piece of heaven with us. The iris is the symbol of Idea and Message. The three leaves of the Iris flower are said to represent faith, wisdom, and valor. The Iris flower has three petals often called the “standards” and three outer petal-like sepals called the “falls”. The Iris has been a symbol of royalty and divine protection for centuries throughout the world. Read more about Iris Flowers
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Daisy Flowers Daisies
A Daisy flower has an "eye" just as its English name of day's eye suggests and primitive medical men thought it cured eye troubles. Daisies symbolize innocence and friendship. A Daisy, composed of white petals and yellow centers, can also be a pink or rose color and looks like a single flower, but has two types of flowers, disk florets in the center, and ray florets at the periphery. Gerberas, the most popular daisy variety, have large flowering heads and come in a vibrant rainbow of colors. Daisies are sweet way to show you care. Read more about Daisy Flowers
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Sunflowers Sunflowers
Sunflowers are hailed by the Chinese as a symbol of longevity. Universally sunflowers are hailed as the symbol of pride and cheerfulness, 1996 was designated the Year of the Sunflower by the National Garden Bureau. Kansas is known as the Sunflower State. We feature a variety of sunflower bouquets and sunflower arrangements guaranteed to lighten up any room. Sunflowers make a great floral gift for almost any occasion, and are a popular flower of choice for our customers. Read more about Sunflowers
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Tropical Flowers Tropical Flowers
Known for their exquisite beauty, appearance and variety, tropical flowers are unique and spectacular in many ways. These magnificent flowers have brilliant and intense colors with leaves and flowers that are of extraordinary shapes and textures. Arguably the most spectacular types of tropical flowers are those grown in Hawaii. Hawaii has a wealth of vibrant and stunning tropical flowers which can dazzle any eye. Read more about Tropical Flowers
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Spring Flowers Spring Flowers
Spring brings with it an array of beautiful blossoms often popularized as spring flowers. The most well known and celebrated spring flowers are the tulips. Other well liked spring flowers include the daffodils, hyacinth, crocus, dahlias and lilies... Read more about Spring Flowers
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Exotic Flowers Exotic Flowers
Exotic Flowers are a great flower gift for any occasion conjuring up images of tropical islands and beautiful sand beaches. We feature a variety of striking exotic tropical flowers that include the ever so popular orchids, heliconias, protea, gingers and the bird of paradise. . Read more about Exotic Flowers
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Wild Flowers Wild Flowers
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Mixed Flowers Mixed Flowers
Flowers are beautiful whether featured as single flower bouquets as with roses or as mixed flower bouquets. Mixing flowers can enhance the beauty of the flower bouquet, as different flowers compliment each other, creating an assortment of aesthetic senses. We feature all kinds of mixed flower bouquets and mixed flower arrangements, iris with lilies and gerberas, sunflowers with daisies, carnations and roses, you will find all kinds of mixed floral gifts, perfect for any occasion. Read more about Mixed Flowers
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