Empower with Flower Power: Celebrate Beautiful Buds, Blooms, and Blossoms Reflecting You



Wondrous women of worth where beauty blossoms and buds bloom

Displayed in diverse shades and colorful hues

And visited by many winged butterfly and bee

Gracing gardens, meadows, and vases so elegantly and effortlessly

Models and muses of classic paintings

Monet’s Waterlilies to Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to Hiroshige’s Hibiscus

All works of art naturally created and inspired

Tiny seeds are planted, fertilized, and watered with sun

Fresh roots and new lives always growing have begun

All flowers are equal and beautifully unique

From country charm to urbanite to florist chic

Whether solo in the spotlight or in a beautiful bouquet

Flowers bring smiles to faces, joy to hearts, and brighten our days!

There’s nothing quite as beautiful as a flower. Growing from tiny buds into full bloom and metaphorically representing a woman’s blossoming life and natural beauty, there are blooms of all kinds and colors to celebrate and enjoy.

ROSE – Regarded as the “queen of flowers” and one of the most romantic, the rose is classic, symbolically and scent-wise. Belles of the ball, shining in the spotlight and romantics at heart alike are like the rose eternalized in Beauty and The Beast. The rose is the state flower of five U.S. states.

Red = true love

White = purity and innocence

Yellow = friendship

Orange = passion

MAGNOLIA – The epitome of elegance, with a lush light lemony aroma that lingers and sweet southern charm. Representing dignity, spirituality, and peace, the majestic magnolia is also symbolic of strength. The magnolia is the state tree of Mississippi and the state flower of Mississippi and Louisiana. Often associated with the American South, the magnolia is also found in the East. In Chinese culture, the magnolia stands for purity and nobility. And in the Japanese language of flowers, known as hanakotoba, the magnolia represents nature and perseverance.

White = purity and perfection

Pink = innocence, youth, and joy

Purple = good luck and health

Green = prosperity

DAISY – One of the sweetest flowers in the meadow, gracing daisy chains and garlands. Country gal, warm as sunshine, and sweet as sweet tea. The dainty daisy conveys loyal love, innocence, and purity.

DAFFODIL – A host of golden daffodils is included William Wordsworth’s springtime poem, “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.” The color of sunshine, with a beaming floral face, the delicate daffodil is a symbol of honesty, truth, and forgiveness that blooms faithfully every spring, however long the winter.

PANSY – The word “pansy” stems from the French word “pensee,” which means to think or to ponder. Pansies reflect love, compassion, and thoughtfulness.

Yellow = happiness

Purple = royalty and dignity

Orange = hope and optimism

White = purity and virtue

HIBISCUS – Vibrantly bold and colorful, with tropical origins, hibiscus is notable for vitamin-C-rich sunset colored tea and symbolizes the perfect woman or wife.

White = beauty, purity, and femininity

Yellow = good fortune, sunshine, and happiness

Pink = friendship and love

CHRYSANTHEMUMChrysanthemums, known as “mums,” are the “queen of fall flowers.” Chrysanthemum tea and supplements offer a multitude of health benefits and anti-inflammatory properties, including managing diabetes, alleviating chest pain, lowering high blood pressure, reducing fever, and relieving headaches.

Red = love and deep passion

White = loyalty and honesty

Violet = get well wishes and condolences

PEONY – Originating from China, peonies are known as the “king of flowers” and are symbolic of good luck, friendship, and feminine beauty. The Japanese associate peonies with honor, good fortune, bravery, and masculinity. And Europeans utilized the peonies’ alluring aroma in fragrances. Peonies encourage a loyal marriage, honor for compassion, and stand for happiness, fortune, and prosperity. Pink peonies represent love at first sight and are often in wedding bouquets.

LAVENDER – Lavender’s calming, soothing, and restorative healing properties are not only used for medicinal purposes, but also in fine fragrances, spa products, culinary creations and beaucoups of beverages. Lavender’s soothing scent and soft purple hue evoke a sense of serenity, purity, grace, and devotion, also characteristic of its effect on the brain and body biochemistry. Boasting bountiful benefits through aromatherapy and in teas, tonics, and tinctures, lavender is known to relieve stress, tension, and anxiety; alleviate headaches; treat acne and insect bites; and improve insomnia.


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