7 Meaningful Flowers You Can Gift Anyone - Karobargain

7 Meaningful Flowers You Can Gift Anyone

Rose flowers are officially known as the Flower of True Love and Romance all over the world. But did you know that there are many other kinds and varieties of beautiful flowers which you can gift to show your sincere feeling towards your partner? No matter the gender of your partner is, giving any of these flowers to them will definitely make them happier and feel closer towards you.

1.Yellow Acacia

The yellow Acacia, also known as wattle, whistling thorn or thorn tree, are popularly used in arrangements and bouquets. By giving this flower, it means you value the friendship between you and your partner, or you secretly love them. You can also gift it to anyone dear to you because of its versatile meaning.


Name: Acacia
Colour: Shades of yellow from pale to gold but they can also be found in a beautiful cream or even red or purple colour.
Victorian Interpretation: Acacia flowers signify secret love, friendship and elegance.
Blossom Time: Winter through early spring (December to February).

2. Azalea

Azalea flowers are popular for their beautiful landscape views, but it can also be used in a bouquet and for gifting to your loved ones. This flower represents good qualities of personalities and can be gifted when you want to express your emotions or during events. Some of the symbols of the Azalea flowers are – to show your family back home that they are remembered and your yearn to visit home, to celebrate the presence of your partner in your life, reminding someone to take care of themselves, elegance and wealth, femininity, abundant of beauty and intelligence.


You can gift bouquets to your loved ones according to the meaning each colour holds:

White represents simplicity, temperance, and civility.
Red and dark pink represent romance and passion.
Purple and pink represent a jovial and less intense or personal association.
Yellow focuses on friendship and family relations.

3. Clematis

The clematis flowers bloom in various colours and are commonly used around trellises and walls to beautify houses, as bouquets, and even name female babies after the flower. They are best known for its star-shaped blossoms. It is also called traveller’s joy because it looks like it travels as it climbs. Clematis are known to be a symbol of motivation, knowledge, tranquil thoughts, mental beauty, warmth and ingenuity. They are known to guide your inner self to purpose, meaning, interest and focus.


Flower Colors: White, Pink, Blue, Purple, Black, Candy-Striped,
Blooming Period: June to September

4. Forget-Me-Not

Forget-me-not flowers hold many meaningful symbols. Giving this flower to someone very dear to you or using it on special occasions are a great way to show them just how much you love them. The flower signifies true love and faithfulness, and like the name of the flower, it can also be gifted to someone to imply that they will always be remembered. They also signify a faithful love full of memories. Here is the list of symbols of Forget-me-not flowers:

  • True and undying love
  • Remembrance during partings or after death
  • A bond that lasts through time
  • Fidelity and loyalty in a relationship, despite separation or other challenges
  • Reminders of your favourite memories or time together with another person
  • Growing affection between two people


Colours: Blue, Pink, Purple, and White
Bloom Time: April-June

5. Red Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums are the official November month birth flower and represent happiness, love, longevity, loyalty and honesty. This flower has diverse meanings all across the globe. In Asia, they signify life and rebirth, so they usually gift on birthdays and baby showers while in Europe, they signify an expression of sympathy. In America, they use it to show respect and honour. The colour variation may also deliver different meanings. If you receive a red chrysanthemum, it is a symbol of love. A white chrysanthemum is a symbol of commitment and devoted love.

6. Lilies

Lilies have been using by people from all generations for a long time. They signify royalty, motherhood, purity, passion and rebirth. They are a classy present and can be gifted on many occasions.
White lilies or Madonna Lily represents purity, especially among the Christians, as it represents the Virgin Mary.
Stargazer Lily represents ambition and encouragement and is one of the most popular flowers used in bouquets today.

Tiger lily symbolises the courage and the aggressive nature of women. So, you can gift it to someone you know who lives a balanced and energetic life.
Easter lily stands for morality, hope, and life. According to the myth, the name of the flower was created from Christ’s sweat and celebrate his resurrection three days after he was crucified.
Stargazer lilies signify liberation of a person from obstacles and worries.
Calla lilies are used in both matrimonies and funerals. In weddings, they stand for eternal purity and honesty, while in funerals, they use it to plant in cemeteries to signify rebirth.
Lastly, the Lily of the Valley signifies elegance, calmness, and gentleness, and can be gifted for second wedding anniversaries.

7. Carnation

Carnation is the January birth flower and is famously known for its ruffled petals and a wide variety of colours. This flower signifies pure love, admiration, good luck, affection, mother’s love, and grace.


Colours: Red, Yellow, Pink, Purple, Striped, and White
Season Time: Spring (May)

So, what are you waiting for? Surprise your loved ones today before you regret!

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