make your Juliet smells fresh flowers this Valentine

Guys, admit it..

Though we are both busy in each errands, at least once in a year, you feel like a Romeo for your own Juliet, and that's normal.. Yeah I know sometimes sending chocolates and loves letters makes you think "cheesy" or "baduy" but we girls LOVES it.

But if you wanna feel more "natural-cheesy guy" sending flowers, with a short message on it is recommended. But here's another question - "what type of flowers will send or give to her? And how?"

I personally introduce to you guys, your online "florist" rigth on your monitor. They offer delivery all over the Philippines and the best service I love is their, "same-day delivery". they offer the vast selections of gift-baskets, stuff toys, chocolates and lovely flowers.

In choosing the flowers for your sweetheart, here's the selected flowers offers, and I made a liberty to provide you its "cheesy-but-historical-related" meanings.

Long a symbol of love and passion, the ancient Greeks and Romans associated roses with Aphrodite and Venus, goddesses of love. Used for hundreds of years to convey messages without words, they also represent confidentiality. In fact, the Latin expression "sub rosa"(literally, "under the rose") means something told in secret, and in ancient Rome, a wild rose was placed on the door to a room where confidential matters were being discussed.

Each color offers a distinct meaning: red, the lover’s rose, signifies enduring passion; white, humility and innocence; yellow, expressing friendship and joy; pink, gratitude, appreciation and admiration; orange, enthusiasm and desire; white lilac and purple roses represent enchantment and love at first sight. The number of stems in a rose bouquet can also express specific sentiments.

Originally from Persia and Turkey, tulips were brought to Europe in the 16th century, where they got their common name from the Turkish word for gauze (with which turbans were wrapped) - reflecting the turban-like appearance of a tulip in full bloom.  By the 17th century, the popularity of tulips, particularly in the Netherlands, became so great that the price of a single bulb soared to new heights, causing markets to crash and putting into motion "tulip mania."

Although different tulip colors carry distinct meanings - yellow tulips symbolizing cheerful thoughts, white conveying forgiveness and purple representing royalty - a Turkish legend may be responsible for the red tulip's symbolism. The story goes that a prince named Farhad was love struck by a maiden named Shirin.  When Farhad learned that Shirin had been killed, he was so overcome with grief that he killed himself - riding his horse over the edge of a cliff.  It's said that a scarlet tulip sprang up from each droplet of his blood, giving the red tulip the meaning "perfect love."

Gerbera’s are a relatively new flower which have only truly grown to popularity over the past two decades. Their meaning and symbolisation is similar to that of the daisy and sunflower, which is not surprisingly because they are closely related species of flowers. The Gerbera symbolises:

Cheerfulness: If gerberas are the most popular flower in the world, love is the most popular emotion they send to the person receiving a gerbera. For extra passionate effect, make sure there gerbera is red. If you’re trying to tell the person you’ve fallen in love with them or you have love at first sight, consider a lavender or purple gerbera.

Longevity: To a long, prosperous life – Gerberas themselves are grown in consistent, perfect condition and last longer than the average flower.

Friendship: Some flowers represent romance, others represent friendship. Gerberas are generally deemed fun and non-romantic.

Luck: A symbol of good fortune. Gerberas can mean different things depending on their colour, which has about as many variations as a painting colour chart.

Stargazer Lily
The Stargazer lily is considered one of the most significant flowers in the world. This showy flower is bursting with fragrance and color.

The Stargazer lily is an oriental hybrid lily. It was introduced to the world in 1978 by Leslie Woodriff, a lily breeder from California. He named it “Stargazer” because the flower blooms towards the sky. Within several years, the Stargazer lily has become the most popular oriental lily in the world and used extensively by the florals in flower arrangements and bouquets.

The Stargazer lily is a perfect addition to any floral bouquet. Their beauty and intoxicating aroma is what make them so popular for inclusion in wedding bouquets. A bridal bouquet of Stargazer Lilies will perfume the wedding day. The Stargazer lilies are suitable for all kinds of occasions. Delicate, bold, and fragrant all at once, they can say Congratulations, I’m Sorry and express sympathy.The flower meanings traditionally associated with Stargazer Lilies are innocence and purity, but the more modern meanings are honor and aspiration. Pink Stargazer Lilies are considered to be a symbol of wealth and prosperity.

So guys, have your pick now and enter your card now to make it your flowers to Valentine's day!

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  1. pretty... I like flowers..!! Hope I have flowers this valentine's day..!! =)) hehe..

  2. pretty... I like flowers..!! Hope I have flowers this valentine's day..!! =)) hehe..

  3. Well, if flowers doesn't work then you could always try chocolates instead... :)

  4. Aha!!! And I'm sending your link to my bf... I want those flowers and chocolates!!! Hehe... ;)


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