Valentine's Day flowers: What do they mean?
There's a lot to think about when you're picking out flowers for someone this Valentine's Day. The right color is important, and an appropriate cost.
But how about taking it to the next level -- what the flower actually means.
There are websites and research dedicated to the language of flowers. They say in some cases, your bouquet might send the wrong message.
For example: Hydrangeas represent heartlessness, and daffodils mean uncertainty. Definitely stay away from the Cypress -- it represents death and despair.
If you want to play it safe, just stick with a plant like jasmine or the traditional rose which mean love and desire.
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