Sorrow, fragility, good luck, bad luck, anticipation, and protection are all represented by this symbol. In Greek mythology, Aphrodite’s tears formed anemones when she mourned the loss of Adonis. It was a sign of vulnerability in Victorian England. The anemone’s petals close at night and unfold in the morning, symbolizing expectation. It is a symbol … Read more


Undying love, royalty, purity, unity, jealousy, infidelity, friendship, grace, and mystery are all represented by this symbol. Roses have long been associated with love and romance all across the world. In ancient Greece, the goddess Aphrodite was associated with roses. The rose oil was employed by Aphrodite to protect the body of Hector, a Trojan … Read more


Vanity, rebirth, riches, luck, and devotion are all represented by this symbol. This flower was considered to be all that was left of the Greek god Narcissus when he died, according to Greek mythology. It’s also connected with rebirth and spring. You will enjoy one year of fortune if you spot the first narcissus in … Read more


Immortality and immortal love are represented by this symbol. Because the amaranth flower blooms for such a long time, it has become a metaphor for immortality. Ancient Greek tombs were adorned with images of amaranth blossoms. Amaranth was a flower that was hidden by the gods in Greek mythology. Anyone who discovered it became immortal. … Read more


Shyness, healing, riches, honor, nobility, peace, and good fortune are all represented by this symbol. Apollo had a fling with a nymph named Paeonia in Greek mythology. Paeonia blushed red when Aphrodite spotted her flirting with Apollo. Aphrodite transformed her into the modern-day peony flower. Peonies have traditionally been used to treat snake bites and … Read more


Symbol of kindness and affection. The cyclamen has come to be associated with the Virgin Mary. The flower appears to be bowing its head in prayer, with a deep red tint inside the white petals, symbolizing Mary’s bleeding heart for her son. Sincere tenderness and affection have come to be associated with cyclamen. In Japan, … Read more


Play, sport, steadfastness, rebirth, tranquility, and caution are all symbols of play. Apollo and Zephyr were both in love with a Greek mortal named Hyakinthos, according to Greek mythology. Both gods were envious of one other’s feelings for Hyakinthos. Apollo was teaching him how to throw a discus one day. The discus was blown back … Read more


Sleep, death, and serenity are all represented by this symbol. The poppy was associated with love, healing, and fertility by the ancient Greeks and Romans. The poppy was created by Somnus, the Greek deity of sleep, to aid the goddess Cereus in sleeping. Ceres was unable to sleep because her daughter had vanished. Ceres was … Read more


Love, wisdom, and thoughtfulness are all represented by this symbol. Flowers were used to express particular romantic feelings in Victorian England. If a bouquet of herbs was sent with a pansy, it suggested that the sender had romantic feelings for the recipient. They also represented people who were missing and wished to be with someone. … Read more


Renewal, faith, valor, knowledge, hope, power, and majesty are all represented by this symbol. Irises were placed on the graves of loved ones in ancient Greece in the hopes that the goddess Iris would escort them to the afterlife on her rainbow. The three petals of the iris represented faith, heroism, and knowledge in ancient … Read more