Three Meaningful Flower Ideas for Valentine’s Day That Aren’t Roses

Flowers and Valentine’s Day go hand in hand. And usually, it’s all about the roses. But if you’re looking for some alternative ideas for meaningful flowers to gift someone, we recently connected with Fabiola of Fabulous Blooms Florist Design in the Bronx for some ideas.

Orchids

Orchids have a long history of being associated with love, luxury, beauty, and strength. Consider grouping orchids in a bouquet this year to give to that someone special.

Sunflowers

Sunflowers have been known to symbolize adoration, loyalty and longevity. Whether it’s a bouquet or simply some sunflowers included in a bouquet, they are sure to make someone very happy.

Tulips

Tulips carry the meaning of deep love- specifically the beautiful red tulips. Pink is a little less intense, but still represents passion and love. And purple can symbolize abundance and prosperity- perfect for a close friend you’d like to send good vibes to.

Fabulous Blooms

Fabulous Blooms has two Bronx locations- 3121 East Tremont Ave and 2170 Gleason Avenue and serve The Bronx, Yonkers, New Rochelle and Mt Vernon areas. They are currently accepting Valentine’s Day orders, and you can check out all of their Valentine’s Day gift options at fabulousblooms.com.

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