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Do you know the meaning of the flowers you receive? 14 plants decoded

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Learn the language of flowers!

Do you know what it means when someone offers you a bunch of flowers? Because depending on their type and colour, flowers take on particular meanings, which may also have escaped those who buy them! Here is a detailed guide so as to never again get it wrong!

1/ Red roses

Red roses express passion, extreme love and the deepest of emotions. If a man buys you a bunch of red roses, there is a strong chance that he has fallen for your charms!

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2/ White roses

White roses stand for purity and sincerity, but also platonic love, attachment and peace. They don’t necessarily indicate amorous feelings, and can be given to friends or family.

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3/ Pink roses

Pink roses express affection, gentleness, modesty, fidelity and femininity. They can also relay a gentle and tender loving sentiment. Pink roses can be offered to anyone: a mother, someone who just had a baby, or a loved one.

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4/ Amaryllis

Often given at the end of the year, amaryllis are powerful, fragranced flowers, which send the message of victory. They can be given as a mark of love, but also to congratulate someone.

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5/ Cornflower

Cornflowers are associated with poetry and delicacy, as well as shyness. Is your guy a little reserved? Here is a bouquet he can give you without a second thought!

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6/ Camellias

The camellia is a flower that symbolises perfection in Japan, and is equally associated with admiration. It is ideal for expressing congratulations.

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7/ Chrysanthemums

Very popular in Asia, chrysanthemums are associated with spirituality. In Europe, they tend to express the fragility of feelings, and are offered to mark a budding love, but also a bereavement.

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