The meaning of flower names, Part 1.

One of the most visited pages on our old website was The Meaning of Flower Names. It's a question that we are often asked, but I had not realised just how many searched that topic on Google.

For some reason, which I can't explain, I decided to leave that page out of our new website, but we are still regularly asked the question, so back by public demand, this time on our blog in several parts is:

The Meaning of Flower Names.

Acacia: Hidden love, Beauty in withdrawal Ambrosia: Love requited Amaryllis: Pridefulness Aster: Symbolizing love, Delicacy Anemone: A love that is diminishing, Vanishing hopes Almond Blossom: Symbolizing hope, Delicacy, Sweetness Apple Blossom: Good fortune, Harbinger of better things, A strong liking Arum: Intense feeling of love Arbutus: I love only thee Azalea: A symbol of womanhood in China, Passion, Fragility, Take care

Baby’s Breath: Purity of heart, Innocence Begonia: Be cautious, A fanciful mind Bachelor Button: Celibacy, The blessedness of being single Balsam: Fervent love Balm: Compassion, Empathy Bittersweet: Trueness Bird of Paradise: Usually given these days by a woman to a man to symbolize faithfulness Bluebell: Gratitude, Constancy, Humility Buttercup: Riches, Childishness Black Bryont: Be my support Blue Bell: Everlasting Love

Part two coming soon will list flower names begining with C and D.

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