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The Top 10 Valentine's Day Flowers And What They Mean

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and that means it's time to start thinking about what gifts to give your loved ones. If you're stumped on what to get your Valentine this year, why not try a classic and send them a bouquet of flowers? Flowers are always a welcome gift, and there are many different types to choose from. To help you out, we've compiled a list of the top 10 Valentine's Day flowers.

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Red roses

Roses are often considered the most romantic of all flowers, making them the perfect choice for Valentine’s Day. While all colors of roses have different meanings, red roses are the most well-known symbol of love and passion. The traditional meaning of red roses is “I love you,” making them the perfect way to express your feelings to your significant other. 

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White Lilies

White lilies are a very popular choice for Valentine's Day flowers. They are often seen as a symbol of purity and innocence, making them a perfect way to show your loved one how much you care. The meaning behind white lilies can also be interpreted as a representation of new beginnings, which makes them an ideal gift for a new relationship.

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Red Gerberas

While some people may view red gerberas as being too controversial for a romantic gesture, others see them as the perfect way to add a touch of passion to a bouquet. Like most other red flowers, red gerberas are often seen as symbols of love and romance.

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White Orchids

If you're looking for a romantic gesture, why not give your loved one a white orchid? This beautiful flower is often associated with purity and refinement, making it the perfect way to show your true intentions. Orchids are also a popular choice for wedding bouquets, so if you're recently engaged, this could be a great gift for your future spouse.

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Red Tulips

Although tulips are not quite in season yet, they are a wonderful alternative to roses. Red tulips, in particular, are known for expressing strong feelings of love for your partner.

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Waxflower

We're advocating for waxflower to be included on this list, even though it isn't the main event in a bouquet. It's bright, colorful, and adds texture to an arrangement. It's a real unsung hero of many arrangements, and it deserves some time in the spotlight.

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White Daisies

Daisies evoke purity and innocence. They are symbolic of new beginnings and are often given as a token of love. Give the gift of daisies to your Valentine this year and let them know that you care more than words can say.

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Alstroemeria

The alstroemeria flower is a beautiful symbol of devotion and friendship. It has a subtle, lovely scent that your loved one is sure to enjoy.

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Carnations

Carnations are often seen as a cheap, filler flower, but if you invest in a luxurious bunch, you'll see their true beauty. They have a subtly spicy scent that makes them perfect for an affectionate bouquet.

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Ranunculus

The ranunculus is a beautiful, eye-catching flower that represents attractiveness and charm. If you want to tell someone they've caught your attention, a ranunculus is the perfect way to do it. Ranunculus are also perfect for the person who lights up a room.

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