Dating do roses
"The man who buys these likely has a history with the woman he's buying them for." Because they're pricey and are sold as single blooms, they'll definitely make a statement on the holiday.It’s a personal decision of course, but a tough one at that.It could be because red roses symbolize love, romance, beauty and perfection.The iconic flower is also known for being pricey—according to Michael Gaffney, Director of the New York School of Flower Design, "flower growers hold back their rose bushes for months in order to have them bloom in time for February 14Daisies are known for symbolizing beauty, innocence and purity, says Law.Mix them up with red tulips or daisies for a "striking combination," suggests Law.Loaded with fragrance, these elegant flowers signify purity and joy, and connote deep, old-fashioned love, says Gaffney.And you’re never going to convince me that giving flowers on a first date is wrong.Just ‘cause every woman says that I’m too old-fashioned doesn’t make her right.” And he stormed out of the book signing, stubbornly clinging to his beliefs, decidedly likely to ruin another first date with another bouquet of roses.
Like the sun they're named for, these blossoms represent warmth and happiness, says Law. Though the bright yellow blooms scream summertime, these spirit-lifting flowers are available all year round.These ruffled blooms stand for fascination and new love.