All Flower Colours
Flowers have their own language, allowing them to communicate a meaning, thought, or feeling. For instance, red flowers can mean love. The colour of a bloom can tell you secrets and tales of both love and sorrow, even if it’s the same hue.
Our FloraMamma florists are well-versed in the language of flowers related to colours. This gives them the ability to craft a message merely by adding or mixing different colours of flowers. Multi-coloured flowers are beautiful to look at and a creative way of sending a message.
Red flowers are often associated with true love and passion. However, they also express desire, respect, and courage. This is why red flowers such as roses, poppies, tulips, and geraniums are perfect blooms when declaring love and passion or signifying an act of courage.
The vibrant colour of orange symbolises energy, warmth, and excitement. So, if you want to convey these thoughts and feelings, you use orange blooms like tulips, lilies, and zinnias as a housewarming or get well soon gift.
Yellow flowers symbolise happiness, pride, joy, friendship, and success. These yellow blooms have the incredible ability to brighten anyone’s day and boost positive energy anywhere. It’s why daisies, sunflowers, roses, lilies, and tulips are excellent gifts when celebrating.
Blue flowers are pleasing to the eyes, symbolising peace and tranquillity. These blooms are ultimately the flowers you want to pick if you want to spread feelings of relaxation. These make blue flowers great gifts for people dealing with stress or negative emotions.
Green flowers evoke nature. In the language of flowers, green signifies health, renewal, optimism, and good fortune. Add green blooms in floral arrangements would be invoking these thoughts in your life.
Purple flowers are said to symbolise success, while purple itself is connected with royalty. Flowers of this colour also signify tradition and evoke feelings of admiration. So, if you admire someone or wish them success, irises, bellflowers, and clematis may be the perfect blooms.
White flowers are traditional bridal bouquets or are used in memorial services. People often relate white flowers to purity and innocence. However, it can also mean sympathy. It’s why white flowers like daisies, carnations, and white roses, are common for weddings and funerals.