The Language of Flowers

Updated: Dec 5, 2018

Meanings of Herbs, Flowers, and Other Plants

Flowers have their own language and talk to us in ways we can understand.

From those that represent themes of love and friendship, to those that symbolize sympathy and care, flowers are suitable for every occasion.

Love U Flowers will introduce you to some flowers that can help you send special messages to your loved ones.

Symbolic Meanings of Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants

Aloe : Healing, protection, affection

Amaryllis : Pride Anemone Forsaken

Angelica : Inspiration

Apple blossom : Preference

Arborvitae : Unchanging friendship

Aster : Symbol of Love, Daintiness

Bachelor’s button : Single blessedness

Basil : Good wishes

Bay : Glory

Begonia : Beware

Bittersweet : Truth

Black-eyed Susan : Justice

Bluebell : Humility, kindness

Candytuft : Indifference

Carnation : Women, Love

– Red carnation :My Heart Aches, admiration

– White carnation : Innocence, pure love, women’s good luck gift

– Pink carnation : I’ll never forget you

– Yellow carnation : Disdain, disappointment, rejection

Chamomile : Patience

Chives : Usefulness

Chrysanthemum : Cheerfulness

Clover, white : Think of me

Coreopsis : Always cheerful

Coriander : Hidden worth

Crocus, spring : Youthful gladness </