What does each flower symbolize? Which flowers represent love, hope, healing, loss, and good luck? In this article we are going to explore the of meaning of different flowers. Whether you are picking out a flower bouquet for Mother’s Day or a wedding or planting a garden, it’s important to know the meaning behind each flower. The symbolic language of flowers has been recognized for centuries in many countries throughout Europe and Asia. Since on online flower shops the list of blooms is endless, it’s important to know what kind of sentiment you are expressing through your bouquet. The right flowers for every occasion As we said already, it is important to look for the right flower for evey occasion. Let’s analyze the meaning of the most popular flowers that you might choose for your bouquet: Daffodil Daffodils symbolize honesty and truth. They can also stand for forgiveness. They bloom each spring almost regardless of the winter weather. Daffodils should be given as a symbol of forgiveness, or in appreciation. The Narcissus, also known as the Daffodil or Paperwhite, is the flower of December. Daisy Daises convey innocence, loyal love, and purity. It’s also said to represent keeping a secret between friends. The daisy is a perky and fun bloom that comes in a wide range of colors and sizes. Daisies make up almost 10% of all flowering plants on Earth, growing on every continent except Antarctica. In history, suitors would wear a daisy during the days of chivalry, and the women would include a daisy as part of their souvenirs to signify availability. Lily This breathtaking bloom has two meanings: one as a sign of purity and magnificent beauty, and the other as a symbol of rebirth or resurrection. In ancient Greek mythology, the calla lily represented the goddess Hera. Often used in both weddings and funerals, they are beautiful alone and require few additional flowers or greenery to create stunning bouquets for special events.