The best way to woo your beloved is to gift them a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers. Not many people know the significance of choosing a particular flower on Valentine’s. It is important to pick the right flower and let your valentine know how special he/she is. Generally rose is the most popular flower which is preferred by everyone on this day. Read on to know about the other popular flowers which one can gift to your special one.

Peonies
Peonies symbolize a variety of meanings—like romance, prosperity, and bashfulness. An old Greek myth associated with the flower states how Apollo used to turn beautiful nymphs into peonies if Aphrodite knew he was flirting with them. They are considered lucky and are known to bring good fortune to the owner.

Ranunculus
These flowers are also called as buttercups. They symbolize charm, attraction, and radiance.

Roses
Roses are the most popular choice for Valentine’s Day. It could be because red roses symbolize love, romance, beauty, passion and perfection. The iconic flower is also known for being pricey and is sold at high prices around 14th February every year.

Gerbera Daisies
A bouquet full of Daisies symbolizes beauty, innocence and purity. The Gerbera variety is known for their cheerfulness and subtle hues.

Tulips
Tulips are also one of the favourite flowers in the world and are often associated with Netherlands, where they flourished in the 17thcentury.They stand for perfect love. They are considered as a good Valentine’s Day pick since they’re classic and affordable.

Alstroemeria
These flowers are a native to South America and can be easily spotted at local super markets. They have a fresh and beautiful look and often stand for friendship and devotion

Lilies
The white Oriental lilies typically stand for beauty, class and style. A bouquet full of lilies gives a sophisticated and stunning look.

Orchids
Orchids are costly, rare and generally symbolize love, beauty, luxury and strength. Plus, they send the message of exotic seduction. Orchids also last long both in bouquets and pots.

Carnations
These affordable flowers are easily available at florists in the local neighbourhood. They often give out the message of fascination and new love. A simple bouquet of carnations in various colours looks vibrant and fresh.

Sunflower
Available throughout the year, these blossoms represent warmth and happiness. They also stand for loyalty and spread positive vibes.

Irises
Irises are mostly found in blue, white and yellow colour. In some parts of the world, dark blue or purple irises indicate royalty. They stand for faith and hope. Best is to combine them with red tulips or daisies for a striking combination.

Gardenias
These pricey flowers are loaded with fragrance and signify purity and joy, and connote deep, old-fashioned love. They are generally sold as single blooms and definitely make a statement.

No matter which part of the world you are residing, the choice of flowers signifies a lot about your feelings and intentions. Choose them wisely to convey the right message to your beloved on Valentine’s Day.