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The hydrangea represents gratitude, grace and beauty. It also radiates abundance because of the lavish number of flowers and the generous round shape.


This flower is a symbol of everlasting love—which is one reason why it's a popular wedding flower. It also represents innocence, which makes it a lovely gesture to include in baby shower gifts and gifts for new mothers.

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The carnation flower symbolizes Love, Captivation and Distinction


Eustoma is also a flower with several meanings. It is a flower that conveys appreciation and admiration, as well as friendliness, sweetness, and respect.


The gerbera daisy symbolizes purity, innocence, and beauty. The most significant characteristic of this flower is its bright, radiant colors, which represent energy and rejuvenation to many.

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The most common meaning is purity and fertility. The sweet and innocent beauty of the lily flower has given it the association of fresh life and rebirth.


Roses are most commonly associated with love and romance. Roses can also mean secrecy or confidentiality. In some cases, they've even become tangible symbols of hope and strength.


Sunflower meanings include happiness, optimism, honesty, longevity, peace, admiration, and devotion.

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Peony, a symbolic of love, honor, happiness wealth, romance, and beauty, the peony is traditionally given on special occasions as an expression of goodwill, best wishes, and joy.


With its mythological associations to change and transformation, it's not surprising that in the language of flowers, protea symbolizes diversity and courage.

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In the language of flowers, succulents symbolize enduring and timeless love.


The most known meaning of tulips is perfect and deep love. They're ideal to give to someone who you have a deep, unconditional love for, whether it's your partner, children, parents or siblings.

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