Not sure what flowers to get your significant other for Valentine's Day? Take a page from the Victorian society handbook and arm yourself with these fascinating meanings of flowers.
The Victorians ...
placed a strong emphasis on the meaning of flowers and created flower dictionaries to express their emotions. With the vastness and beauty of the floral world comes special nuances they attribute to each emotion. Love, for instance, can be conveyed through tulips (if you want to tell your sweetie that you love her for the first time) or red roses (if you want to let your darling know that you love her passionately).
This guide to Victorian flowers gives you insight on the love language that flowers convey so that you may best heighten the romance between you and your sweetheart this Valentine's Day or merely to enjoy the wonderful inspiration that the Victorians have provided for us.
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