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The symbolism of flowers

Almost every flower has its own symbolic meaning. The rose alone can convey 4 different meanings, depending on its colour. Here are some selected flowers and their meanings:

Yellow Rose: Infidelity, envy
White rose: True love
Pink rose: Youthful love
Dark red rose: Eternal love and passion
Yellow tulip: Hopeless love
Red tulip: Declaration of love
Lavender: Modesty
Lily: Beauty
Arum lily: Inner beauty and innocence

Colours and amount

It is not only the flowers themselves, which are important.Their colours also contain messages. This is where colour symbolism really comes into play. For example, people say that yellow symbolises falsity, while white is purity and dark red is love. There are also a multitude of meanings relating to how many flowers you give. The list ranges from 1 flower, which means, "You are my everything", to 10 flowers, which mean, "Will you marry me?".