page Bunches of Love: Flowers with Romantic Meanings
Nothing’s more classic than a dozen long-stemmed red roses to express your love. But what if you want to send a different message? Did you know, for instance, that
gardenias mean “You’re lovely” while red tulips declare “You’re my perfect mate”? Here, adapted from German botanist and art historian Marina Heilmeyer’s classic book, The Language of Flowers, is a guide to flowers that convey specific sentiments for love, marriage, and romance. Keep them in mind when choosing a bouquet for someone you love.
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