Each year on February 14, people send cards, candy or flowers to their special “valentine.
For centuries, flowers have symbolized fertility, love, marriage, and romance. The history of giving your loved one Valentine's Day flowers comes from the old fashioned custom of sending flower arrangement to pass on non-verbal messages.
The rose is the traditional Valentine’s Day flower, as it signifies romantic love, but there are many other flowers that people send to communicate the different types of love they feel for those important people in their lives.
Here is a list of flowers that symbolizes Love and Romance:
Lilac: Beginning of love or first love
Sunflower: Pure love
chrysanthemum: Loyal and true Love
Stock: You’ll always be beautiful to me
Peony: Romance and Marriage