Flowers & Bouquets

Flowers and Bouquet

Flowers are ornamental plants that beautify our homes and environment. Flowers have a lot of benefit not only to the environment, but also to people. They can help you feel better and also improve your emotional health. There is a common tradition of visiting sick or injured people in the hospital with flowers, it does not only lighten up their rooms, but it also lightens up their hearts. Flowers can be shared between lovers, a man can present flower to his lover on a date or when he wants to apologise, likewise a woman. Flowers are used to design the hall of a wedding and brides are seen holding flowers in form of bouquet which they happily throw to the cheering crowd.  Flowers are shared between partners as a symbol of goodwill. Flowers can be used a symbol of love, affection, growth, well-being and much more. There are so many benefits of flowers, some are edible and nutritious. Bouquet is a collection of flowers that is arranged or styled into a design. Flowers are collected, cut and arranged into a bouquet.  There are also artificial flowers that are widely used. The artificial flowers are imitation of the original. Depending on the arrangements of the flower and type, artificial flowers usually cost more than natural flowers.  

There are many types of flowers, as a matter of fact there are over 250,000 to 400,000 species of flowers. However, not all of these flowers are aromatic or beautiful. A good number of them are, but there is a good chance you will come across a flower that is not beautiful or aromatic. However, the major types of flowers that people are concerned with are the types of flowers that can be used to convey feelings or decorate a room. Some of them include:

Rose: this is the world’s most popular flower. This flower is known by almost everybody and is widely used by people and is widely used as a symbol of love and happiness. Rose has different colours.

Carnation: this is another common flower that is used as a symbol of love. It dates back to more than 2,000 years. There is a wide range of colour with different shades.

Tulip: tulip became popular in the 17th century. The flower is bell shaped and has many interesting colours.

Daisy: this flower has arguably the simplest design. It is grown by many people in their garden. Daisy is seen as a symbol of purity and innocence.

Sunflower: it is also known as helianthus. Sunflower alone has over 67 species and it has a striking yellow colour.

Daffodil: this is a beautiful flower that symbolizes friendship. They can be seen in colours ranging from yellow & orange, white & orange, lime & green, pink and so on.

Iris: iris typically means rainbow. It symbolizes eloquence and it is available in different colours.

Lilac: this flower symbolizes love and admiration. The flower has a beautiful story in Greek mythology.