We exchange red flowers on many occasions. Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or an anniversary, they’re always a great way to celebrate life with someone special.
It’s not just about showing their love when someone gives you a red flower. Our beautiful blooms are given to one another on many occasions.You can avail flower delivery services by flowers and roses.
You can get thank-you cards for thoughtful deeds done around town (even online!) all the way down to graduations and wedding anniversaries. Whenever I smell one in a restaurant or while reading an email somewhere between sender and recipient, well, let’s just say that whenever something smells as good as this feels, then there isn’t anything wrong with where your head has been.
The symbolism of red
Red is a color that evokes love and desire. It has strong, though not entirely positive associations with passion in our society today given its connection to blood (which we use for both life preservation as well sexual gratification).
Red is both a color of love and passion. It symbolizes blood, warmth in wintertime, hotheadedness.
Red’s powerful symbolism comes from its appearance on Valentine cards (the most romantic day ever!), as well it should really.
Meaning of Red Flowers
In 1662, King Charles II of Sweden was on a trip to Persia. While there he discovered the art of communicating without words and using flowers so that people could understand each other even more clearly than they ever had before through this new form if communication called “gift-giving” or “flower language.”
The red rose is the ultimate symbol of love that Aphrodite felt for Adonis. She fed flowers with her tears, and the color represented a life lost to sorrowful times.
In ancient greece mythology there was this guy named adoniskos who got killed by his father Ares (the god of war).
His mom Gaia tried everything possible but nothing could bring him back which made her sad so one day when she went out looking at all these beautiful roses bushes near where they lived; some even had opened petals still attached meaning their beauty would never fade away like what happened w/her sons death.
Other Iconic Red Flowers and Their Symbolism
If you’ve ever seen a picturesque field of vibrant red, tufty flowers in Dutch tradition then chances are that it was this iconic symbol- the tulip. The color meaning fittingly speaks to our desires for perfection: how can anything be more perfect than love?
Amaryllis are a must-have for the winter season. In this time of year, when families want nothing but love from each other on Christmas morning, the red color and beauty of the flower make it an ideal gift.
There is no flower more delicate and beautiful than an anemone in a bouquet. The eye-catching colour of these pens makes them a popular choice at weddings or funerals.
Always a crowd favorite because of its delicate beauty and sweet fragrance, which is never overpowering like some other flower scents.