Flowers, chocolates and cards are the most popular choices for gifts offered on Valentine’s Day. But with a little imagination you can offer to your loved ones an original gift. Here are some tips for choosing flowers for Valentine’s Day:
Bouquets with a particular symbol
Choose an original bouquet, with a special significance. Your partner will be happy knowing that you choose some special flowers for this occasion.
A bouquet of white lilies offered to your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day conveys the message “it is a blessing to be with you” while orange roses symbolize desire, passion and enthusiasm. Red tulips symbolize deep love while blue Hyacinths suggest tenderness and joy to be near loved ones.
The advantage of a flower pot is that it has a longer life than regular flower. Choose a plant that you know your partner likes and look for it in stores, but be careful that the flower to be planted in a pot. Besides indoor flowers, you can choose the ones that are usually used in creating bouquets as roses, callas, hyacinths, gerbera, etc. Make sure the plant is not very difficult to maintain, especially if your partner can not give much time to care for plants.
Seeds and bulbs of flowers
If your loved one has an eccentric personality and is passionate about gardening you can offer on Valentine’s Day flowers seeds or bulbs to plant them in pots or personal yard. In fact, you can spend that time together planting flowers and relaxing.