Give the gift of flowers this Valentine’s Day
The most romantic day of the year is fast approaching and people throughout Kent are searching for Valentine’s Day ideas for gifts to give partners next month to make them feel loved and valued.
Make February 14 a special occasion for the person that matters most to you and show them how much you appreciate them, care for them and intend to spoil them with lavish presents.
Tried and trusted Valentine’s Day gifts tend to be a delicious box of chocolates, something cuddly, a fancy meal out or a weekend away from all the stresses and strains of everyday life.
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Flowers are also immensely popular – and with good reason! You can express a range of emotions through flowers and they add a splash of much-needed colour to every room of the house and are guaranteed to bring a big smile to the face of the recipient.
What’s more, a lovely bunch of flowers won’t break the bank either and thanks to reliable flower delivery London resident and those throughout the south east of England can arrange for them to arrive wherever they like, whenever they like.
Flowers are synonymous with Valentine’s Day, especially red roses as they signify love. Did you know, though, that the amount of red roses you send to a loved one will convey a different message? One rose, for example, signifies loves, 12 means gratitude, 25 indicates congratulations are in order and be extravagant and send 50 red roses and it means unconditional love.
It may also be worth knowing that with 2012 being a leap year, women can propose on February 29, with a single red rose often used when someone wants to get down on one knee and pop the question.
Carnations, chrysanthemums, lilies and tulips are also popular choices to send every time Valentine’s Day comes around. Legend has it that the lily was considered as a symbol of sexuality in ancient Greece, while a white lily symbolises peace and purity.
Red tulips, meanwhile, mean love, send pink as a sign of caring and yellow for friendship, which could come in handy if you want to cheer somebody up on February 14 for whatever reason.
Other possible varieties of flowers that could be used to make up a delightful bouquet include alstroemeria, daffodils, germini and gypsophila.
Make Valentine’s Day 2012 a day to remember with the gift of flowers!