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AchilleaNamed after the Greek mythological character, Achilles, who used the flower to treat cuts and bruises on his wounded soldiers. War.
AgapanthusComes from the Greek agape, meaning love and anthos meaning flower, flower of love.
AlstroemeriaNamed after the Swedish Baron, Jonas Alstomer, by his friend Carolus Linnaeus in 1753. Wealth, prosperity, fortune.
AmaryllisPride, splendid beauty, timidity, pastoral poetry.
AnemoneFrom the Greek word, anemos meaning wind. Love, lust, abandonment and daintiness.
AnigozanthusComes from the Greek word anisus meaning unequal and anthos meaning flower, Plant with the unusual flower.
AnthuriumHard working, think of me.
AsterComes from the Greek word meaning star. Symbol of love, daintiness, after thought.
AstrantiaAstrantia is an old plant name with the origin unknown. Since the flower is star shaped, it has been assumed that the Greek word astron meaning star plays a role in the origin of the name.
Baby`s BreathInnocence, pure of heart.
Bachelor's ButtonDelicacy, hope in love, blessedness.
BambooBased on Chinese tradition, the ingredients to a happy life are happiness, wealth and longevity.
Bells of IrelandGood Luck, Luck of the Irish.
BouvardiaNamed after Louis XIII's physician, Charles Boubard. Enthusiasm.
BupleurumFrom the Greek word boupleurs meaning Oxen rib.
Calla LilyNamed for Francesco Zantedeschia. Beauty.
CamelliaMany different meanings for different colors. Red means excellence. White means adorable and lovely. Pink means I long for your touch. Blue means you are the flame in my heart.
CarnationFascination, admiration, pure love, my heart yearns for you, a mother's love.
CosmosComes from the Latin word kosmos meaning beautiful.
DaffodilBased on the Greek mythology character, Narcissus, who was known to be so arrogant that when he looked into a mirror he fell in love with his reflection. He was later said to have been turned into the flower. Chivalry, respect, you are my only one, the sun shines when I'm with you, unrequited love.
DahliasNamed for the Swedish botanist Dr. Anders Dahl. Dignity, elegance, good taste, instability.
DelphiniumComes from the Greek word, delphis meaning dolphin. Flight of fancy, ardent attachment, agility.
DianthusComes from the Greek words Dios meaning god and Anthos meaning flower.
English LavenderComes from the Latin word lavare meaning to wash.
EquisetumComes from the Latin word equis meaning horse and seta meaning bristle.
EucalyptusComes from the Greek word eu meaning well and kalypto to cover.
Forget-me-notFaithful love, undying love, do not forget, memories.
FreesiaNamed after a German physician , Dr. Friedrich Reese. Love, calm, careful, passion, rushed.
GardeniaNamed after a Dr. Alexander Garden a physician and botanist in South Carolina. Secret love, lovely.
Gerbera DaisyNamed for a German naturalist Traugott Gerber. Purity and strength.
GingerDiversity, unlimited wealth.
GladiolusGladiolus is Latin for sword. Graceful, strong sense of character.
GodetiaNamed for Captain William Clark. Pleasing.
Golden RodComes from the Latin word solido which means to make whole or strengthen.
Golden CraspediaEdged and Frigid.
HeatherYour wishes will come true, admiration for another.
HyacinthNamed for the Greek mythology character, Hyakinthos, who was loved by the god of the sun, Apollo. Jealousy, on part of the god of the west wind, injured Hyakinthos causing blood to be shed. From the blood, the flower grew and Apollo named it for Hyakinthos. Consistency, please forgive me, jealousy, loveliness.
HydrangeaThank you for your understanding, heartlessness, arrogance, aloofness.
IrisNamed after the Greek goddess of the rainbow. Your friendship means the world to me, faith, hope, wisdom.
KalanchoeEndurence, lasting affection.
LeptospermumComes from the Greek words leptos meaning slender and sperma meaning seeds.
LilacLove or Absence of Passion.
LilyMost colors have different meanings. Orange means hatred. Yellow means false or gay and walking on air. White means purity, virginity, majesty.
Lily of the ValleySweetness, you complete my life, return of happiness.
LimoniumComes from the Greek word leumon which means meadow. Sympathy, remembrance, lasting beauty.
LisianthusComes from the Greek word lysis meaning dissolution and anthos meaning flower .
Matsumoto AstersComes from the Latin word meaning star.
NarcissusComes from the Greek word Narcissus meaning numbness. Self-esteem and vanity.
NerineNamed for the Nereids in Greek mythology. The nereids were sea nymphs and daughters of the sea god, Nereus.
OrchidComes from the Greek work orchis meaning testicle. Love, beauty, refinement.
OrnithogalumComes from the Greek word ornis meaning bird and gala meaning milk. Named for the star of Bethlehem that appeared in the biblical account of the birth of Jesus Christ.
PeoniesHappy marriage, prosperity. In China, the word for peony is sho yu meaning most beautifu.l
PhloxOur souls are united. Means flame in Latin.
PittosporumComes from the Greek word pitt meaning pitch seed.
PlatycodonNamed balloon flower because buds look like inflated balloons ready to burst.
PoppyRemembrance, wealth, pleasure, imagination, eternal sleep.
Pincushion ProteaComes from the Greek God, Proteus who was known to be able to change into different shapes.
King ProteaComes from the Greek god, Proteus who was known to be able to change into different shapes.
Queen Anne's LaceHaven, self-reliance.
RanunculusComes from the Latin word ranunculus meaning little frog. You are in attractions.
SalviaComes from the Latin word salvia which means to heal.
SandersoniaNamed for John Sanderson, who discovered the plant in 1851 in South Africa.
SnapdragonComes from the Greek word anti meaning like and rhin meaning nose. Gracious lady, presumption, graciousness.
SolidasterSolid aster is named for its parents, Aster and solidago (golden rod).
StephanotisComes from the Greek words stephanos meaning crown and otos meaning ear, a crown of ears. Luck, prosperity, wedding.
StockYou will always be beautiful to me, lasting beauty, promptness.
Sweet peaDelicate pleasures.
StrawflowerComes from the Greek words helisso meaning to turn around and chyrsos meaning gold. Never ending remembrance.
ScabiosaComes from the Greek word scabies meaning to itch.
SunflowerComes from the Greek word helios meaning sun and anthos meaning flowers. Adoration, pride, sunshine.
TracheliumComes from the Greek word meaning rough throat because of the medicinal uses to treat neck and throat pain. Neglected beauty.
TuberoseComes from the Greek word polis meaning white and anthos meaning flower. Voluptuousness.
TulipLike the rose, colors of tulips have different meanings. Red means declaration of love, believe me. Yellow means hopeless love, sunshine in your smile. General means perfect lover, frame, beautiful eyes.
VeronicaThe origin of the name is disputed. It is unknown whether it was honoring St. Veronica or the markings of the same species of the flower resembled the markings on her sacred handkerchief she handed to Christ while he was carrying the Cross.
African Corn LilyComes from the Greek work Ixia meaning bird lime because of its sugary sticky sap.
WaxflowerNamed Geraldaton wax after the town in Australia where the flower originated. Happiness in Marriage.
ZinniaLike the rose, Zinnias color represents different meanings such as red means constancy. White means goodness. Yellow means daily remembrance. Mixed means in memory of a dear friend. General means thoughts of an absent friend. Pink means lasting affection.
Birds of ParadiseNamed for King George III's wife, Charlotte of Macklenberg-Streliz, who was crowned Queen of England in 1761. Freedom, Good Perspective.
ChrysanthemumNamed by Carolis Linnaeus in the 17th Century. Cheerfulness, you're a wonderful friend, rest, loveliness, optimisim, abundance, wealth. Red means love. Yellow means slighted love and white means truth.
DaisyNamed by Carolis Linnaeus in the 17th Century. Cheerfulness, you're a wonderful friend, rest, loveliness, optimisim, abundance, wealth. Red means love. Yellow means slighted love and white means truth.
VioletNamed for Baron Walter Von Saint Paul Illaire who discovered the plant in Tanzania in 1892. Modesty, faithfulness, virtue.
RoseAll roses are symbolic for love, however each color has a separate meaning. Red means love, respect, courage. Pink means grace, perfect happiness. Dark pink means gratitude. Light pink means admiration, sympathy. White means innocence, purity, secrecy, I'm worthy of you, you're heavenly, humility. Yellow means undying lover, platonic love, friendship. Orange means passion, desire. Blue means extraordinary, mystery. Red and White. means unity.
Spray RoseAll roses are symbolic for love, however each color has a separate meaning. Red means love, respect, courage. Pink means grace, perfect happiness. Dark pink means gratitude. Light pink means admiration, sympathy. White means innocence, purity, secrecy, I'm worthy of you, you're heavenly, humility. Yellow means undying lover, platonic love, friendship. Orange means passion, desire. Blue means extraordinary, mystery. Red and White. means unity.