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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Adorable Roses Videos





Beautiful blooming roses for you.












Relax yourself by seeing this garden roses slideshow









See the roses in wilson garden, so lovely i can't resist to adore it.










Roses are in the hearts of a woman, love to see them all.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

White Flower Photos















































































































































The Language and Meaning of Flowers for Married Couples

Throughout history, lovers have given flowers to each other as a token of their longing, devotion, and love. The language and meaning of flowers has evolved through the years.
When choosing a flower as a gift, consider how special the flower is to your lover and what message it communicates. Use our guide to the language and meaning of flowers to make sure your meaning is crystal clear.
"The flowers of Yorkshire are like the women of Yorkshire. Every stage of their growth has its own beauty, but the last phase is always the most glorious. Then very quickly they all go to seed." - From John Clarke's (John Alderton) ungiven speech in the movie, "Calendar Girls."


ACACIA: Concealed love, chaste love.
AGAPANTHUS: Love letters, love.
ALIUM: Strength.
ALMOND, FLOWERING: Hope.
ALLSPICE: Compassion.
ALSTROMERIA: Wealth, prosperity, fortune.
ALYSSUM: Worth beyond beauty.
AMARYLLIS: Pride, beauty.
AMBROSIA: Love is reciprocated.
AMERICAN ELM: Patriotism.
ANEMONE: Forsaken, expectation.
ANTHURIUM: Lover.
APPLE BLOSSOMS: Good fortune.
ARBUTUS: Thee only do I love.
ASH TREE: Grandeur.
ASPARAGUS FERN: Fascination.
ASTER: Variety, elegance, daintiness. This purple wildflower was once burned by the ancients because they believed the resulting smoke would drive away evil. It was named for the Latin word for "star." Also known as the birthflower for September.
ASTILBE: I'll still be waiting.
AZALEA: Love, romance, first love, fragile passion, temperance. It is also the Chinese symbol of womanhood.
BABY'S BREATH: Innocence.
BACHELOR'S BUTTON: Single blessedness, felicity, celibacy.
BALSAM: Ardent love.
BAMBOO: Strength, loyalty, steadfastness.
BASIL: Best wishes.
BAY WREATH: Merit reward.
BEECH TREE: Prosperity.
BEGONIA: Be cordial, fanciful nature, beware.
BELLS OF IRELAND: Good luck, gratitude, whimsy.
BIRCH: Meekness.
BIRD OF PARADISE: Magnificence.
BITTERSWEET: Truth.
BLACK POPLAR: Courage.
BLUEBELL: Humility, constancy, grief.
BLUEBERRY: Prayer.
BOUVARDIA: Enthusiasm.
BROOM: Humility, neatness.
BUGLE: Lovable, cheers the heart.
BUTTERCUP: Childishness, riches, ingratitude.
BUTTERFLY WEED: Let me go.
CACTUS: Endurance, warmth.
CALENDULA: Grace, grief, jealousy. Also the birthflower for October.
CALLA LILY: Magnificent beauty. Associated with the sixth wedding anniversary.
CAMELLIA: Gratitude, loveliness.
CAMELLIA, PINK: Longing for you.
CAMELLIA, RED: You're a flame in my heart.
CAMELLIA, WHITE: You're adorable.
CARNATION: Fascination, distinction, divine love, woman, yes. Also the birthflower for January.
CARNATION, PINK: A woman's love, I'll never forget you, mother's love.
CARNATION, PURPLE: Capriciousness.
CARNATION, RED: Alas for my poor heart, admiration, my heart aches for you, friendship, pride, fascination.
CARNATION, STRIPED: Refusal, No, sorry I can't be with you.
CARNATION, WHITE: Innocence, faithfulness, sweet and lovely, pure love, ardent love, good luck. These lovely flowers have lasting qualities, and are often handed out on Mother's Day to symbolize the purity and strength of motherhood. They were handed out at the first Mother's Day service in 1908.
CARNATION, YELLOW: Disdain, rejection, you have disappointed me.
CATTAIL: Peace, prosperity.
CEDAR: Strength.
CHESTNUT TREE: Justice, luxury.
CHRISTMAS/LENTEN ROSE (HELLEBORE): Beautiful year ahead.
CHRYSANTHEMUM: Cheerfulness, optimism, rest, truth, long life, joy. Considered to be a noble flower in Asian culture, mums are used as an object of meditation per a suggestion by Confucius. Also the birthflower for November.
CHRYSANTHEMUM, RED: I love.
CHRYSANTHEMUM, WHITE: Truth, loyal love.
CHRYSANTHEMUM, YELLOW: Slighted love.
CLEMATIS: Clever, intellectual. Associated with the eighth wedding anniversary.
CLOVER, FOUR-LEAF: Good luck, be mine. Faith, hope, love, and luck are represented by the four leaves. If you give your lover a four-leaf clover that you found, you belong to each other.
CLOVES: Dignity.
COLUMBINE: Salvation, strength, wisdom.
COREOPSIS: Cheerful.
CORN: Riches.
CORNFLOWER: Delicacy.
COSMOS: Modesty. Associated with the 2nd wedding anniversary.
COWSLIP: Grace, beauty.
CRANBERRY: Heartache cure.
CROCUS: Cheerfulness, gladness, abuse not.
CYCLAMEN: Resignation, good-bye.
CYPRESS: Mourning, death.
DAFFODIL: Regard, rebirth, new beginnings, unrequited love, you're the only one, chivalry, eternal life. Associated with the tenth wedding anniversary. Also the birthflower for March.
DAFFODIL, SINGLE: Misfortune.
DAFFODIL, SEVERAL: Joy, happiness.
DAHLIA: Instability, dignity, forever, good taste. Associated with the fourteenth wedding anniversary.
DAISY: Innocence, loyal love, I'll never tell, purity, love that conquers all. Associated with the fifth wedding anniversary.
DANDELION: Faithfulness, happiness, love's oracle.
DAY LILY: Coquetry, Chinese emblem for mother. Associated with the twentieth wedding anniversary.
DELPHINIUM: Big-hearted, fun.
DOGWOOD: Durability.
ELDER: Zealousness.
ELDERBERRY: Zeal, kindness.
ELM: Dignity.
EREMURUS: Endurance.
EUPHORBIA: Persistence.
FENNEL: Strength, praise.
FERN: Sincerity, magic, fascination, confidence, shelter.
FEVERFEW: Good health.
FILBERT: Reconciliation.
FIR: Time.
FLAX: Domestic symbol, fate, kindness.
FLEUR-DE-LIS: Flame.
FLYTRAP: Deceit.
FORGET-ME-NOT: True love, hope, remembrance, memories.
FORSYTHIA: Anticipation.
FOXGLOVE: Insincerity.
FREESIA: Innocence, thoughtfulness.
FUSCHIA: Taste. Associated with the third wedding anniversary.

Visit for more meanings of flowers:

http://marriage.about.com/od/flowers/a/flowermean.htm

White Flowers Meaning

What White Flowers Meaning Represents?

White flowers meaning vary somewhat depending on the type of flower they are associated with and the region. Most of the time though white flowers symbolize purity and innocence. They are often associated with religious ceremonies including weddings, communions, and baptisms. White flowers have a rich significance in history as a symbol of unity and strength.

In some cultures white flowers meaning is quite different - it is a symbol of sadness. Many people use white flowers to signify they miss someone. With so many military people on deployment right now a single white flower recognizes the fact that a valued member of the family is not there to share the daily activities taking place.
Flowers are a common why to apologize for being a bad date, bad spouse, or even a bad friend. Sending white flowers represents you are willing to do anything to reach out to that person. It is a sign that you surrender and want to start working on repairing the damage that you have caused the relationship. It is also an indicator that you take responsibility for being the cause of the circumstances.

Sometimes white flowers are simply used because they match well with anything that is taking place. If you are hosting a large event and need to make floral centerpieces you have to order the flowers early. Yet if the d├ęcor for the event has not been determined you can just go with white. It is universally acceptable and regardless of the color of the table clothes or the style of the decorations they will blend in nicely.
White flowers can mean elegance as well for a given situation. They are timeless and pure so they can turn a casual event into something more classy without having to spend a great deal of time or money to accomplish the look. If you aren't sure of the right type or color of flower to send to someone choose a simply white - you can't go wrong with the many great sentiments they hold.
White flowers mixed with another color can instantly change the meaning behind them. For example a combination of white and red flowers means your love for that person will never die. This is a common combination when flowers are being sent as an apology or to celebrate a wedding anniversary. They often symbolize the purity of a relationship or the fact that you want it to be like that again.

It is important that white flowers are of the best quality no matter what style or choice of flower you want to send. White flowers that aren't good quality can quickly appear to be dingy and that won't send the message you so desperately want to convey to the other party.
Almost any kind of flower you can imagine is available in the color of white. Knowing what they white flowers meaning is can help you express your true feelings that are appropriate for the given situation or to shed some light on the situation for the other party. White flowers are beautiful, delicate, and provide you with many opportunities to steer your relationships in the right direction.

Sample white flowers:

Flowers of Common Pear



These white flowers are Common Pear Flowers. They appear beautiful contrast with new spring leaves. Common Pear grows rapidly and reach about 15m (50 feet) height. Common Pear is also known as European Pear.





Flowers of Cavatine Pieris



Cavatine Pieris is cultivated from Japanese Pieris. Like as Japanese Pieris, this plant is evergreen shrub and has cute white flowers in spring (a little bit late from Japanese Pieris). Cavatine Pieris is dense growing habit and beautiful dark green foliage so this plant is good yard plant. Also Cavatine Pieris is cold weather and deer tolerance plant.


White Flowers of Woodyfruit Melliodendron



Woodyfruit Melliodendron is native to China. This plant is deciduous shrub and grows 10.5m (35 feet) height and 9m (30 feet) width. So this plant nothing attractive in winter season but when spring come this shrub attract eyes of many people. The flowers of this plant start blooming



White Flowers of Japanes Pieres



These cute white flowers are Japanese Pieris ones. This evergreen shrub is often called as Lily of the Valley Shrub because, as you can easily understand from the picture, the flowers of this plant are very alike to the ones of Lily of the Valley. The flowers are fragrant and bloom in early spring. And this plant has evergreen beautiful foliage so this shrub is loved as yard plant even though Japanese Pieris is toxic plant.


White Flowers of Japanese Apricot



These white flowers are Japanese Apricot. You can see pink version of these flowers on the old post. The flowers of Japanese Apricot have good fragrance especially white flowers are (I found when I took this picture; White ones have stronger fragrance than pink ones).


Flowers of Snow Drop



Snow Drop is one of few flowering plants in winter. It has cute white flowers as you can see on the picture. Snow drop grows from its bulb each winter and it is very easy to take care of it. So this is very good plant for your garden.

Flowers Slideshow

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