It's well known that each flower has it's own meaning, which is why on Valentine's Day you need to be careful which bouquet you choose. Below you'll find a list of the most popular Valentine's Day flowers and what they mean when you give them!

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It's easy to start with a classic, roses. The rose is the most popular choice for Valentine's Day because red roses symbolize love, romance, beauty, and perfection. They are also very well known for being pricey, so this gives them an elegant and opulent reputation in the flower world.

Gerbera Daisies

Maybe not the first choice for many, but Gerbera Daisies should be included on this list. Their vibrant colours and large flowering heads symbolize cheerfulness, beauty, innocence and purity.


Tulips are a favourite in general, not even for just Valentine's Day. Their identifiable blooms are most often associated with the Netherlands, but they also convey comfort, warmth, and perfect love. They are an affordable, classic flower that stands the test of time quite literally lasting longer cut than most flowers.


These long-lasting lilies have attention-grabbing petals that represent friendship and devotion. They are the perfect flower to give to any kind of friend and more exticingly, they are usually quite easy to find.


Maybe a much less popular Valentine's Day flower, these blossoms are often quite rare. They symbolize, love, luxury, beauty, and strength. They often convey a more wild personality than those who tend to drift toward the classics for their bouquets.


These flowers tend to get a bad reputation during Valentine's Day as they aren't the most expensive option. However, these blooms are cheerful, long-lasting and stand for fascination and love.

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