The Meaning of Flower Colours – Pink

by Natasha Starkell | 05.09.2013 | flower , pink , rose | 0 comments | Rating: 0 votes

The Meaning of Flower Colours – Pink

The Meaning of Flower Colours – Pink

Pink flowers represent innocence and youth. Giving pink flowers to a lover can represent romantic love rather than the passion of the red flowers.

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Pink flowers represent innocence and youth. Giving pink flowers to a lover can represent romantic love rather than the passion of the red flowers.

It's a colour often associated with femininity and so most recipients of pink flowers tend to be female. Roses and carnations are the most popular pink flowers for bouquets. Pink flowers also work well in the garden, adding a delicate or vibrant touch of colour.  


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