Create happiness with flowers this New Year - 2020
Flowers bring joy to people everywhere. We know we've been supplying flowers to Portlaoise people for 43 years.
Maybe you've been happily married for forty years, or maybe your crush doesn't even know you exist.
No matter the situation you find yourself in, there's always a way to communicate your feelings with flowers.
Here are five flirty flowers to awaken the love buds
The Ranunculus symbolises charm.
If you gave someone a bunch of Ranunculus in Victorian times, you were saying: ‘I find you rich in attractions’.
Those were the days. But you can certainly still make people happy with a colourful bunch of Ranunculus today.
The Freesia symbolises unconditional love.
Traditionally you gave your spouse white Freesias after seven years of marriage to remind you both of pure, true love.
The carnation symbolises passion, longing and romance.
Renaissance painters in the 15th and 16th centuries chose this flower to appear in their engagement portraits for good reason.
It’s also the perfect flower for reawakening the passion in your relationship.
If you can see cheerful daffodils, you know spring’s on the way.
This is why the daffodil is seen as a symbol of a fresh start.
It’s well-known that the red rose represents love and romance.
An orange rose represents longing, pink means happiness, yellow is for friendship and white symbolises true love.
If its a new romance opt for a bouquet with a mixture of colours.