Floriography of Birds of Daisies, Tulips and Orchids

Daisies

Natives to north and central Europe, daisies are elementary yet classy bundles of gorgeousness. Representatives of innocence and purity, daisies are typically composed of White ray florets with yellow disc like centers, forming the eye of the blossom. Daisies cater to both occasions of gifting and planting. These blossoms are cultivated in abundance having multiple species which covers a whopping number of 20,000 and beyond.

Daisies belong to the most gigantic plant kingdom in the entire globe (after orchids) which has however derived its name from an age old English word daes eag meaning day's eye. Keeping up to its name, the flower blooms on the day's very first sight of the sun. Universally these blossoms require moist and well- drenched composite soil with a temperature of around 34F to germinate. Also known as a Gardener's friend, this perennial flower can thrive almost any inhospitable condition. Bountiful of remedial properties, a daisy is well known for curing cough and indigestion and often decreases bleeding wounds. As mentioned earlier there are a number of species of daisies fertilized all over the world. Among these, the most prominent ones are-

  • Gerbera Daisies - Gerbera daisies have quintessential structure of a regular daisy, with bright fan like petals drooping downwards from its epicenter. This particular species of daisies are really fragile and are native to South Africa, Madagascar and Asia. Humidity not being a major factor, it can be grown in both outdoors and indoors. The flower is 2-5inches wide the attached petiole being 6-10inches long. Gerbera daisies require ample watering incase of low rainfall and are found in a series of reds, Whites, oranges, pinks and yellows.
  • Shasta Daisies - The most common daisy found all year long are the Shasta daisies. Associated with the family of European wildflowers, Shasta daisies possess White petals having a yellow centre replicating any other daisy found whenever an individual surfs pictures of typical daisies. These daisies are not only the most colossal ones but are also bred in hefty numbers of types and sizes. Shasta daisies need moist soils and needs a spot which receives a good amount of sunlight for a fair amount of hours to bloom and sustain its gorgeousness. Considered as the most classic of all daisies, Shasta daisies mirror a fully lustrous beaming sun on a dazzling summer day.
  • Other breeds of daisies may include- Gloriosa Daisies, Marguerite Daisies, Purple Coneflower and many more.

 

Tulips

Eurasian flower Tulips is remarked as a symbol of Ottoman Empire and the 3rd most popular bloom of all time next to Rose and Chrysanthemum. Tulips are summer perennial blossoms of 4 inches wide and can rise up to 28 inches above the ground. Tulips grow on bulbous plants with magnificent colossal flowers and high rising petioles.

Tulips bloom on bulbous plants, with huge gaudy flowers. There are at least 100 breeds of Tulips, which were preeminently bred in Central Asia from where its existence can be traced down upon. Like many flowers, different colors of tulips also often carry their own connotation. Red tulips robustly correlate with true love, while purple signifies sovereignty. The implication of yellow tulips has evolved somewhat, from once depicting unaccounted love to now being a prevailing interpretation for enthusiasm and optimism. White tulips are used to claim competence or to tailor the message of forgiveness. Diversified tulips, one of the most popular breeds due to their arresting color patterns, mirror or signify beautiful eyes.

As on the World's most beloved blossom, tulips are a gift of delight, bewitching and intriguing.

 

Orchids

The most desired of all ornate blossoms, the celestial and graceful Orchid derived its name from the Greek word Orkhis', named by a Greek Botanist Theophrastus as the flower signified virility. Due to its name, Orchids has been quite long associated with love, passion and fertility in different ages and time periods. Highly adaptable to a wide range of ecosystem, orchids naturally grow in every continent barring that of Antarctica.

Like every other blossom, different hues of Orchids bear a significant implication. Some of them are-

  • White Orchids: Represents chastity and artlessness, quite often symbolizes magnificence and adoration too.
  • Pink Orchids: Mirrors womanhood, finesse and liveliness. Bouquet of Pink orchids is perfect gift for a couple celebrating their 14th or 25th marriage anniversary.
  • Yellow Orchids: Signifies friendship and can be gifted to a friend as a note of appreciation to acknowledge an achievement.
  • Purple Orchids: A symbol of aristocracy, purple orchids can be presented as a mark of respect and honor. E.g.- Bouquet of attractive fresh Orchids and Simply Captivating Purple Orchids Bouquet
  • Orange Orchids: Symbolizes dignity, ardor and fearlessness.

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Posted on: 4/6/2019 6:34:34 AM

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