Flowers That Mean Unconditional Love

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Flowers That Mean Unconditional Love
Red tulips are a symbol of unconditional love. (Design Pics/Valueline/Getty Images)

Every flower type has a special meaning associated with it, from wealth and greed to purity and love. When giving flower arrangements as gifts, knowing the particular meaning behind the flowers will add a sentimental touch to the bouquet. For a bouquet for a significant other, flowers that mean unconditional love are an appropriate choice.

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Carnation

Carnations are long-stemmed flowers available in a wide variety of colours, including white, yellow, pink and red. Carnations have several different meanings associated with them including pure or unconditional love.

Spray Rose

Spray roses are another long-stemmed flower. Spray roses are smaller than other rose varieties and come in many different colours. Yellow spray roses are associated with undying or unconditional love, as are red ones.

Tulip

Tulips are a springtime bulbous flower that are vibrantly coloured and have long, dark green leaves. Tulips are available in white, red, pink, purple, orange and yellow. Red tulips symbolise undying or unconditional love.

Anemone

There are more than 150 different varieties of anemone throughout the world, all of which are perennials. The anemone flower is available in blue, red, white and pink-purple and is symbolic of unfading love.

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