Symbolic meanings of flowers

Below is a list of 5 different plants and their symbolic meaning

Magnolia

These stunning blooms signify a love of nature. Their meaning is derived from how the flower festoons trees as spring arrives, often getting people excited about the change of seasons.

Sunflower

This flower is known for being the "happy" flower, making it the perfect option to bring joy to your day. The symbolic meaning of the plant is that of adoration, loyalty and longevity.

Red Tulips

Red Tulips are also considered a declaration of love and are especially gorgeous in spring. For anyone in need of a twist to the classic red rose, this flower is your go-to option.

Daisy

The daisy carries the symbolism of innocence and purity, making them the perfect gift for childbirth, motherhood, and new beginnings. They never fail to create a positive vibe.

Camellia

These lush flowers were loved by the Victorians because of their symbolic meaning- “my destiny is in your hands.” White camellias should be given to someone you like, the pink camellia is for someone you miss, and red camellia is best for a significant other.