Floral Dictionary

Meaning of Number of Roses:
Number Meaning
Single Rose
You are the one.
  Only you
2 Roses
Deeply in love with each other.
3 Roses
I love you
4 Roses
Nothing can do us apart
5 Roses
Admire you
6 Roses
I wanna be yours
7 Roses
I'm infatuated with you
8 Roses
Grateful for your caring and support
9 Roses
An eternal love, together as long as we live
10 Roses
You are perfect
11 Roses
You are my treasured one
12 Roses
Be mine
13 Roses
Friends forever
14 Roses
Be Proud
15 Roses
I'm truly sorry/ forgive me
16 Roses
Bon Voyage
17 Roses
You are my Wife.
18 Roses
Stay young and beautiful
  Trueness, sincerely
19 Roses
Forever love, waiting for you
20 Roses
I'm truly sincere towards you
21 Roses
I'm devoted to you
22 Roses
Both of us together
  Good luck to you
24 Roses
Cant stop thinking about you, 24 hours everyday
25 Roses
Wishing you happiness
27 Roses
I love you, my dearest wife.
30 Roses
It's faith
33 Roses
Three times reincarnation
36 Roses
Because of you/ Romance
  My love is only for you
37 Roses
I am saying I love you in my heart
40 Roses
My love is Genuine
44 Roses
Till death do us apart
47 Roses
You are my only one
48 Roses
Unchanging love
50 Roses
Unconditional love
51 Roses
Only you on my mind
56 Roses
I love
66 Roses
Nothing gonna change my love
77 Roses
I believe it's faith to meet you
88 Roses
I feel sorry from the bottom of my heart
99 Roses
I will love you as long as I live
100 Roses
I'm totally devoted to you
  Signify a happy union of two loving souls till death
101 Roses
You are my one and only one
108 Roses
Will you marry me?
111 Roses
Eternal love
144 Roses
Loving you day and night eternally
365 Roses
Can't stop thinking about you, each and everyday.
999 Roses
Everlasting and eternal love
1001 Roses
Infinite love

 

Flower Meanings

In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words. But today, with so many flower choices, there are no rules - it's the sentiment that gives the gift its meaning. Your florist can help you send the right message. Many people assign their own personal meanings - a flower or color that might remind them of a special event or moment in their lives. For those interested in the historic meanings of flowers, the Society of American Florists has compiled this list from a variety of different sources:

Flower Meaning
Alstroemeria aspiring
Amaryllis dramatic
Anemone fragile
Apple Blossom promis
Aster contentment
Azalea abundance
Baby's Breath festivity
Bachelor Button anticipation
Begonia deep thoughts
Black-Eyed Susan encouragement
Camellia graciousness
Carnation  
pink gratitude
red flashy
striped refusal
white remembrance
yellow cheerful
Chrysanthemum  
bronze excitement
white truth
red sharing
yellow secret admirer
Cosmos peaceful
Crocus foresight
Daffodil chivalry
Delphinium boldness
Daisy innocence
Freesia spirited
Forget-Me-Not remember me forever
Gardenia joy
Geranium comfort
Ginger proud
Gladiolus strength of character
Heather solitude
Hibiscus delicate beauty
Holly domestic happiness
Hyacinth sincerity
Hydrangea perseverance
Iris inspiration
Ivy fidelity
Jasmine grace and elegance
Larkspur beautiful spirit
Lavender distrust
Lilac first love
Lily  
Calla regal
Casablanca celebration
Day enthusiasm
Stargazer ambition
Lisianthus calming
Magnolia dignity
Marigold desire for riches
Nasturtium patriotism
Orange Blossom fertility
Orchid delicate beauty
Pansy loving thoughts
Passion flower passion
Peony healing
Poppy consolation
Queen Anne's Lace delicate femininity
Ranunculus radiant
Rhododendron beware
Rose  
pink friendship
red passionate love
red & white unity
white purity
yellow zealous
Snapdragon presumptuous
Star of Bethlehem hope
Stephanotis good luck
Statice success
Sunflower adoration
Sweetpea shyness
Tuberose pleasure
Tulip  
pink caring
purple royalty
red declaration of love
white forgiveness
yellow hopelessly in love
Violet faithfulness
Wisteria steadfast
Yarrow good health
Zinnia thoughts of friends
 

Birth Month Flowers
Month Flower
January Carnation
February Iris, Violet
March Daffodil
April Daisy, Peonies
May Lily, Lily of the Valley
June Rose
July Delphinium
August Dahlia, Gladiolus
September Aster, Forget-me-not
October Calendula (aka Marigold)
November Chrysanthemum
December Poinsettia, Holly, Narcissus, Paperwhite