Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Love Month

February, the Love Month once again. I've read and like to share the article by Verlaine S Ramos on Flowerpalette. Express your love to your very special someone this Love Month by knowing the meaning behind each flower color, so you can express yourself the right way.

The color most associated with love and romance, red has that certain energy – it can transform an otherwise unassuming flower into the essence of desire and passion. There’s nothing more classic than a dozen long-stemmed roses to express your love. The darker red the flowers are, the more intense the expression of love can be.

Pink symbolizes femininity, grace and youth. Pink flowers are best for the sweet, romantic person in your life. Often pale pink roses represent admiration and gentleness, while deep pink express gratitude and appreciation.

Purple is the color of royalty. Lilac indicate that you’ve fallen in love at first sight while lavender symbolizes femininity all grown up. It represents refinement and elegance, as well as genteel feminine beauty.

A bouquet of bright yellow flowers never fails to make anyone smile, as the color yellow evokes feelings of joy and lightheartedness. It is also a symbol of friendship - a gift of yellow flowers can mean you want to slow things down.

Peach combines the romance of pinks and the warmth and gratitude of orange shades. It offers a little more friendship and thinkfulness than the cutesy romance of a straight pink flower. Mixed with orange and yellow, peach conveys a gratitude and tender feeling.

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