Flowers have their own particular and distinctive language: people say that there exists one specific type of flower for every feeling, and when you combine them you are able to convey an important message. If you want to give Valentine's Day flowers, you must choose the ones that represent, in deep, what you want to say.It is customary to give flowers on Valentine's Day, especially roses.
This celebration comes from the story of a Roman Priest named Valentine. Before he was executed on February 14, 270 AD. C., he restored the sight of a young woman, named Julia, and she, as a gesture of gratitude, planted an almond tree with pink flowers next to his grave.This is the reason flowers are a symbol of love and friendship and why the tradition of giving them on February 14 has lasted many centuries. If you are looking for Valentine's Day flowers to say "I love you" in a different, unique and colorful way, here are some ideas:
Other original Valentine's Day flowers with a beautiful meaning are callas. These have an elegant, sober touch, but they are also a symbol of good luck and a declaration of admiration and intense love.
Pink callas, for example, are associated with flirting. If you decide to combine them with red roses, then you will be telling the person who receives the bouquet: I love you intensely, I admire you and I wish that you and I have a powerful love, capable of facing anything. It is important to remember that you can cut callas and put them in a vase and they will survive for a long time. They are also capable of withstanding challenging weather.