Friday, November 21, 2008

The Meaning Of Flowers - A

Throughout history, lovers have given flowers to each other as a token of their longing, devotion, and love. Researching the meanings that folks have given to specific flowers has revealed that many flowers have many meanings. So, in reality, the meaning of a flower that you give as a gift is dependent on how special a flower is to your spouse and whatever you want that flower to represent. Just be sure that you communicate that message to your loved one.

ACACIA: Concealed love, chaste love.

AGAPANTHUS: Love letters, love.

ALIUM: Strength.

ALSTROMERIA: Wealth, prosperity, fortune.


AMBROSIA: Love is reciprocated.

ANEMONE: Forsaken, expectation.


APPLE BLOSSUMS: Good fortune.

ARBUTUS: Thee only do I love.

ASPARAGUS FERN: Fascination.

ASTER: Variety, elegance, daintiness. This purple wildflower was once burned by the ancients because they believed the resulting smoke would drive away evil. It was named for the Latin word for "star." Also known as the birthflower for September.

ASTILBE: I'll still be waiting.

AZALEA: Love, romance,


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