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The meaning of flower names, Part 2.

March 28, 2015

Continueing my series on the meaning of flower names with C and D.


The Meaning of Flower Names.


Caladium: Immense delight and joy 
Camellia: Perfection, Gratitude 
Carnation (Red): Aching heart, Admiration 
Carnation (Pink): A Woman in Love 
Christmas Rose: Allay my disquiet 
Crocus: Good cheer, Happiness, Do not treat me badly 
Cyclamen: Good-Bye, Resignation 
Clover (Four-leaf): Will you be mine? 
Clover (White): Think of me 
Clematis: Ingenuity, Artifice 
Cornflower: Refinement, Delicacy



Daffodil: The sun is bright when I am with you, Respect, Sunshine, Unrequited love, Regard 
Dahlia: Elegance and Dignity, Forever thine 
Daisy: Beauty, Innocence, I will never tell, Loyal love, Purity 
Day-Lily (Yellow): Coquetry 
Dandelion: Love’s oracle, Happiness, Faithfulness 
Date-Plum: Resistance 
Delphinium: Fun, Big-hearted 
Dog Rose: Pleasure and Pain 
Dogwood: Am I indifferent to you? 
Dragon Root: Ardor



Again if anyone has any additional names or meanings we'd love to hear them.















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