The worlds favourite flowers and what they mean

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The worlds most popular flowers

  • Sunflower - Admiration and Gratitude

  • Lilac - Purple Lilac, first emotions of love. White Lilac, Majesty, purity and innocence

  • Carnations - Mixed colours of carnations symbolise pride & beauty, health & energy. Single colours on their own have entirely different connotations.

  • Orchid - A belle, luxury, fragrance

  • Lily - Beauty, elegance, sweetness

  • Tulip - Each tulip has its own individual meaning but as a whole tulips symbolise love and fame.

  • Primrose - Young Love, early youth and ‘I can't live without you’

  • Rose - In general roses are a symbol of beauty and love, but many have a unique token.

  • Iris - I Have a Message for You

 

UK's top ten flowers

  • Busy Lizzies

  • Lobelias

  • Pelargoniums

  • Petunias

  • Fuchsias

  • Clematis

  • Begonias

  • Verbenas

  • Campanula Bellflower

  • Geraniums

USA's top ten flowers

  • Roses

  • Lilies

  • Daisies

  • Tulips

  • Orchids

  • Lilacs

  • Carnations

  • Hydrangeas

  • Sunflowers

  • Pansy

Phillipines' top ten flowers

  • Gardenia

  • Oleander

  • Plumeria

  • Sampaguita

  • Gumamela

  • Orchids

  • Ylang Ylang

  • Rose

  • Gladioli

  • Aster

Australia's top ten flowers

  • Royal Bluebell

  • Waratah

  • Sturt's Desert Rose

  • Cooktown Orchid

  • Tasmanian Blue Gum

  • Epacris Impressa

  • Red and Green Kangaroo Paw

  • Protea

  • Banksias

  • Leucadendron

Born to Bloom's top ten flowers (inspired by the rest of the word) 

  • Gardenia

  • Orchids

  • Gladioli

  • Red and Green Kangaroo Paw

  • Protea

  • Tasmanian Blue Gum

  • Hydrangea

  • Clematis

  • Fox Glove

  • Fritillaria

 

(sources via: www.theflowerexpert.com)

 

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