It might seem a little odd, but there is actually a hidden meaning in the flowers you send. Sending someone flowers is one of the most thoughtful things you can do to show them that you care, but did you know that those tulips could mean something different to each person?

Think about it for a minute. The right flowers can say anything you want them to. Flowers aren't just pretty colours and shapes; they can be used to send a message so the person receiving it will understand exactly how you feel.

Decoding Flowers Hidden Messages
Flowers can tell a story of their own and share your feelings with someone else. To send a message when you order flowers you must choose the right ones and then arrange them in such a way that the recipient will know exactly what you're trying to say.

After reading this article, you'll understand the hidden meanings in many cut flowers and be able to choose the most appropriate flowers to go into an arrangement you are sending a loved one or someone that you want to know that you are thinking about them.

The rose could mean many things from love to friendship, but if you want to be sure that you're getting your message across then stick with the colour red. Red roses mean passion and romance, you are sure to get the message across that you love someone when you send red roses.

Daises are another classic flower choice that's famous for their beauty and simplicity. Unlike roses, daisies aren't as bold so they can be used in many different situations. Daisies are dependable, they represent hope and innocence.

Snapdragons are vibrant and colourful, perfect for telling someone how special they are to you. The saying goes that these flowers bring good luck and prosperity. They have come to represent strength and charm. It is thought that if you hide a snapdragon on your person, you become fascinating.

Tulips signify wealth and luxury so it's no surprise that these beautiful flowers are expensive. They can be used to express love. Tulips look great in displays of a single colour or as a happy spray of colours.

Calla Lilies
A traditional symbol of marriage the white calla lilies denote chastity, innocence, and honesty. These are also available in other colours like purple or yellow. Purple calla lilies denote passion, and yellow calla lilies mean gratitude.

Anemones are beautiful blooms that are symbolic of purity. Anemones also show a simple love and purity. The white anemone is the most common and is perfect to give to someone when you are hoping to start a relationship.

Orchids signify love and emotion, they symbolize good health and virility. Orchids are known to offer protection from bad luck in the form of dishevelled petals or the appearance of pests such as moths or aphids.
The next time you want to send that special someone flowers, remember to take a good look at their personality and the message you are trying to send. A little research can go a long way in expressing exactly what you're trying to say.