The Language of Flowers: What They Mean (B)

Flower Language

All flowers have a meaning. The Victorians used to use flowers as a symbol to express their feelings. Here is a list of different flowers and their meanings.

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  • Bachelor Button (cornflower) — Meaning: Celibacy
  • Baby’s Breath — Meaning: Everlasting love, Innocence, Pure love
  • Balsam — Meaning: Impatience
  • Basil — Meaning: Best wishes; Love
  • Bay Leaf — Meaning: Strength
  • Begonia — Meaning: Beware, Individuality, Deep thoughts, Fancifulness
  • Bellflower — Meaning: Eternal love
  • Bells of Ireland — Meaning: Good Luck, Faith, Hope
  • Bird of Paradise — Meaning: Magnificence, Celebration, Joy, Paradise
  • Bittersweet — Meaning: Truth
  • Blackberry Lily — Fertility, Prosperity
  • Black-eyed Susan — Meaning: Encouragement, Motivation, Justice
  • Bladderwort — Curiosity, Adapability
  • Bleeding Heart — Meaning: True love, Tenderness, Compassion
  • Bluebell — Meaning: Humility, Constancy, Gratitude
  • Bluebonnet —Strength, Perseverance
  • Borage — Meaning: Courage
  • Bouvardia — Meaning: Enthusiasm, caring, zest for life
  • Boxwood — Constancy, order
  • Withered Flowers — Meaning: Rejected love
  • Brunfelsia — Meaning: Involuntary recollection, Memory
  • Burnet — Meaning: A merry heart
  • Buttercup — Meaning: Cheerfulness, Admiration, Childishness, Ingratitude
  • Butterfly Bush — Meaning: Summer’s eve

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