Flower Gifts

All products have a unique flower designs that horticulturalists and gardeners will appreciate. Branded items include: t-shirts, sweatshirts, sneakers, posters, skateboards, mouse pads, stickers, bumper stickers, buttons, mugs, tote bags, invitations, greeting cards, neckties, postcards, posters, prints and much more!

Each Flower Meaning

In the language of flowers each flower species has a symbolic meaning and represents and emotion, message or feeling. Learn the meanings of each flower type.

The meanings of different types of flowers:

Ageratum symbolizes politeness.
Ajuga Ajuga symbolizes "most lovable".
Allium symbolizes good fortune and prosperity. Allium can also mean unity, humility and patience.
The anenome is thought to bring luck, and it will also protect against evil. Anenomes are also said to symbolize anticipation.
Aster symbolizes patience. Aster is also a talisman of love.
Astilbe respresents patience and dedication. Astilbe's are said to make the statement "I will still be waiting".
Astrantia (aka Masterwort)

Astrantia (aka Masterwort) - Astrantia represents and symbolizes strength, courage, and protection.
Azaleas symbolize temperance, passion, womanhood, and fragility. Azaleas can also represent fragile passion and abundance.
Bachelor Buttons (aka Cornflowers)
Bachelor button flowers symbolize hope in love, celibacy, and delicacy.
Balloon Flowers (aka Chinese Bellflowers)
Balloon flowers symbolize unchanging love, honesty and obedience.
Bee Balm (aka Monarda)
Bee Balm symbolizes money, prosperity, protection from evil and illness. Bee Balm is also said to represent fertility and promotes restful sleep.

Begonias symbolize a fanciful nature.

Bellflowers symbolize affection, constancy and everlasting love. Bellflowers also represent humility and delicacy. Bellflowers are often given in gratitude to say "thank you".
Bleeding Hearts
Bleeding hearts are a symbol of undying love.
Black Eyed Susan
Black Eyed Susans symbolize encouragement and motivation.
Cactus flowers symbolice endurance, warmth, maternal affection and love.
Cherry Blossoms
Cherry trees symbolize education and feminine beauty. In Japan, cherry blossoms symbolize the transience of life because of their short blooming times. Falling blossoms are metaphors for fallen warriors who died bravely in battle. Cherry trees also symbolize goodluck and good fortune. In Roman culture cherry blossoms symbolized innocence.
Chives symbolize usefulness.
In general Chrysanthemums symbolize hope in dark times. In addition different color chrysanthemums have different meanings. A bronze chrysanthemum means excitement. While a white chrysanthemum represents truth and honesty. A red chrysanthemum symbolizes sharing and cooperation. A yellow chrysanthemum cheerfulness or a secret admirer
A clematis symbolizes ingenuity.

In times past, Columbine symbolized foolishness, based on the flower's resemblance to a jester's cap and bells. Later with the emergence of Christianity the flower had contradictory meanings, the the Virgin Mary representing innocense and the holy spirit. Yet, it was considered inappropriate to give a young woman a bouquet of columbine, because of its sexual connotations.

Coneflowers symbolize strength and healing.

Coreopsis symbolizes cheerfulness.

Cosmos symbolize peace and tranquility. Cosmos can also mean orderly and beautiful.
Crocus Crocus flowers symbolize foresight, they are one of the first flowers to emerge after winter and have the foresight to know Spring is coming.
Daffodil Daffodil has contradictory meanings, it represents unrequited love, vanity as well as good fortune. Daffodils also symbolize regard, chivalry and represents long lasting friendship. Daffodils represent happiness and good wishes.
Dahlias Dahlias represent elegance and dignity.

Daisies symbolize joyful innocence, hope and happiness. The English Daisy is also considered to be a flower of children.

Delphinium Delphiniums represent a bold statement are a symbolic message of boldness.
Dianthus Dianthus symbolizes heavenly or Godly.
False Sunflower False sunflowers symbolize patience.


The flytrap symbolizes duplicity
Forsythia symbolizes good nature, innocence, and anticipation.
Foxglove Foxglove symbolizes insincerity.
Fuchsia symbolizes confiding love.
Gaillardia Gaillardia does not have any specific symbolic meaning.
Gazania Gazania symbolize richness (due to its richness of color).

Geraniums symbolize preference and friendship. Geraniums can also represent stupidity and folly.

Gladiolus Gladiolas symbolize preparedness, strength, splendid beauty and love at first sight.
Globe Thistle Globe thistle symbolizes independence, and nobility.
Goldenrod Goldenrod symbolizes hope, love, faith, valor, wisdom, and luck.
Heliotrope Heliotrope is a symbol for eternal love. Heliotrope is also the symbol for someone who religious salvation and devotion.
Hibiscus Hibiscus symbolize delicate beauty.
Hosta Hosta symbolizes devotion.
Hyacinth Hyacinth flowers symbolize games, sports, rashness, and playful joy. Hyacinth also represents loveís presence over long stretches of time and place. Hyacinths are also sometimes associated with rebirth.
Hydrangea Hydrangeas symbolize earnestness, and is ideal for communicating any heartfelt emotion, from joy to grief.
Iris Iris symbolizes eternal promise of renewal, rebirth, and the transformation of monotony into delight. Iris also represents eloquence. A purple iris is symbolic of wisdom and compliments. A blue iris symbolizes faith and hope. A yellow iris symbolizes passion while white iris symbolizes purity.
Jacob's Ladder
Jacob's Ladder symbolizes "coming down".
Johnny Jump Ups
Johnny Jump Ups sends a message that "you occupy my thoughts".
Ladies Mantle Ladies Mantle symbolizes the Virgin Mary.
Lady's Slipper
Lady's Slipper symbolizes capricious beauty.
Lavender Lavender sybmolizes devotion, and love.
Leopard's Bane Leopard's Bane symbolizes strength.
Liatris Liatris has a variety of meanings and can symbolize "I Will Try Again", happiness, bliss, enthusiasm and satisfaction.
Lilacs symbolize maturation. Lilacs symbolize first love, youthful innocence and emotions.
Lily Lilies symbolize a wish for happiness, excitement, and prosperity.
Lupine Lupine flowers are symbolic of imagination. Lupine represent voraciousness, and admiration.
Magnolia Magnolia symbolizes nobility, perseverance and love of nature. Magnolia represents sweetness, and beauty.
Marigolds Marigolds symbolize comforts the heart, sacred affection, and sorrow.

Mimosa symbolizes sensibility, protection, prophetic dreams, and purification.

Morning Glory Morning Glory symbolizes "love in vain".
Orchid Orchid's symbolize the power of love. Orchid's also represent mature charm.
Pansies Pansies are symbols of thoughtfulness and love. Pansies have also been a long term symbol of "free thought".
Peony Peonies represent love of a secret admirer. Peonies also represent good fortune and a happy marriage.
Petunias Petunias symbolize both soothing and represents anger and resentment.
Phlox Phlox flowers symbolize good partnership, harmony, and represents sweet dreams.
Pincushion flowers sybmolize unfortunate love.
Poinsettia symbolizes good cheer.
Poppy Poppy represent eternal sleep, oblivion, sacrifice and imagination. The flower also symbolizes magic, consolations, fertility and eternal life. Poppies are also symbolize war and death during war time.
Primrose symbolize youth or young love. Primrose means "I can't live without you."


Primulas symbolize first love.
Protea Protea symbolizes diversity and courage. Protea also represents strength. Protea can also mean transformation, daring courage or resourcefulness.
Rhododendron symbolizes caution and danger.
Roses are the symbol of love. Refer to the symbolism of roses for additional details of what each rose color means.
Rudebeckia Rudebekia symbolizes the American ideal of opportunity.
Snapdragons Snapdragons represent both deception and graciousness.
Spearmint Spearmint symbolizes virtue, love, and passion.
Strawflowers symbolize agreements.
Sunflowers Sunflowers are the happiest of flowers, and their meanings include loyalty and longevity.
Sweet Peas Sweet pea symbolizes blissful pleasure, and delicate pleasure. Sweet peas also send a message to say good-bye, and thank you for a lovely time.
Trumpet Vines Trumpet vine symbolizes new beginnings.
Tulips represent cheerful thoughts, white tulips convey forgiveness, purple tulips represent royalty, pink tulips symbolizes caring, attachment, yellow tulips symbolize hopeless love,brightness and sunshine.
Yarrow represents both healing and inspiration. Many people give yarrow flowers to symbolize their concern for the recipientís well-being.
Zinnias symbolizes thoughts of absent friends either alive or passed on.







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