22 Romantic Flowers That Are Favorites with Women

Don’t know what to give your girl? Looking for a way to impress your crush? Give her flowers! These romantic blooms will instantly make her feel special.

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If someone tells you flowers are overrated, then they just aren’t receiving bouquets often enough. Flowers are great gifts for any occasion, or even if there is none at all. In fact, you can never go wrong with flowers—you only have to choose the right ones.

Romantic flowers that are favorites with women

Before you get all nerve-wracked choosing from the wide variety and colorful array at your nearby florist, just read up on this list of romantic flowers to give that oh-so-special girl in your life.

#1 Angelica. Soft and subtle, the angelica is easy on the eyes, making it aptly the symbol of stress relief. You can give this to her if she’s feeling down, or to remind her to relax as you give her a vase of angelicas with relaxing and aromatic lavender for her office desk.

#2 Azalea. A symbol of care and love, the azalea plays on dark and light hues that make it look bountiful yet complex. This is a beautiful showcase of utter femininity, and if you want to propose, you can’t go wrong with azaleas.

#3 Blue salvia. Associated with healing and thoughtfulness, you can give this to your girl when she’s feeling under the weather. You can mix it with other flowers such as hydrangeas and azaleas to send her your wishes for recovery.

#4 Carnation. A fascinating flower in itself with its textured petals that give each flower a look of depth, the white carnation is the perfect symbol of fascination indeed. Whether you are getting her white or red, make sure to get an abundant bunch of those that are in full bloom to delight and captivate her.

#5 Cherry blossom. Cherry blossoms have always been a favorite among girls and women alike. Their small, soft petals symbolize delicate femininity, and their sweetly aromatic smell can definitely make your woman smile.

#6 Clematis. If you really want to surprise your lady love, plant some clematis in her garden. This beautiful flower grows with climbing vines that look colorful, romantic, and lush over time. You can also add this to a bouquet with other flowers for a beautiful splash of springtime color on your lady’s bedside, office desk, or table centerpiece.

#7 Daisy. The bright white and yellow of the daisy is perhaps what makes this dainty flower a perfect symbol of liveliness, innocence, and happiness. They look cute as is or as a bright accent to a bouquet of lush blooms. Giving this to your wife after childbirth can brighten up her mood and lift her spirits after an exhaustive time in the delivery room. You can also add even just a single daisy on her table napkin as you serve her breakfast in bed. [Read: 25 really romantic ideas that’ll make your girlfriend melt]

#8 Forget-Me-Not. As the name suggests, this flower is given to commemorate moments or people that should always be remembered. Its blue petals and white-to-yellow centers are bright and eye-catching, and it is great for accenting bouquets of bigger flowers.

#9 Gardenia. Symbolizing secret love, gardenias bloom openly like roses. They come in many colors, and the off-white to white varieties will definitely make your lady love believe your sincere and pure intentions. [Read: How to talk to your crush and make them fall for you]

#10 Hydrangea. Hydrangeas are perhaps one of the most beautifully hued flowers as each copious bunch can showcase a multitude of complex, bright colors that go well with other flowers and for any occasion. Tie a bunch with a simple ribbon or mix it up with other flowers to put in a vase or bouquet and you have the perfect pick-me-up for your girl on any day.

#11 Iris. The iris is another magnificent flower that equates to faith, hope, courage, and wisdom. Its gorgeous, rich, deep, and jewel-toned petals are perfect as a focal point for any flower arrangement. In fact, it can hold up well on its own if you want to give her a classic yet pricey-looking flower just to brighten up her day.

#12 Jasmine. An enduring symbol of grace and nobility, the beautifully scented white jasmine also has a rather more unknown meaning, “I attach myself to you.” You can give this to your girl as a flowering plant in a pot to scent her garden, or as a part of a summer bouquet you can give to her any day.

#13 Lily. A showcase of nature’s vibrant colors, lilies are beautiful for any occasion. Whether you want to say sorry, celebrate an anniversary, or just cheer her up, lilies are elegant enough and can go well with many other flowers, especially those subtler, smaller ones such as angelicas and jasmines. It is a symbol of friendship and devotion, and is an unassuming flower to give a woman on your first date. [Read: 14 charming ways to impress a girl on a date]

#14 Orchid. The exotic shapes and interesting colors of the orchid make it a popular symbol of passion. It is also a staple at many weddings. Still, you can give that special woman in your life an orchid or two any day as these are gorgeous flowers for any occasion, and its availability is no problem. Dot her room with vases of orchids, or just give one with a romantic note, and you can be sure she’ll be delighted.

#15 Rose. The rose is the most famous and foolproof flower to give any woman, whether it is your friend, girlfriend, wife, mother, grandmother, cousin or aunt! They range in color from the softest white to the deepest red, and depending on the hues and arrangements, can vary in meaning. Nevertheless, roses will never fail to make the recipient feel special and loved.

#16 Sunflower. Following the sun wherever it is in the sky, the sunflower is a symbol of loyalty. You can give your girlfriend, friend, mother, daughter, grandmother, or just about any girl you know this flower and they will be beaming in return. This is perfect as a single flower or in a few bunch tied in a ribbon, or you can have it arranged in a vase along with other complementary flowers.

#17 Tulip. Another famous go-to flower is the tulip, an enduring symbol of love and spring time. Whether you fill a bouquet with the same hues or a multi-colored combination, tulips are beautiful enough to be given on special occasions to make your girl feel special and remembered, but are also perfect for everyday bouquets.

#18 White dittany. The white dittany is a symbol of passion, and its small, feathery petals are a perfect addition for a bouquet of big and bright blooms. You can give this to your wife or girlfriend on a romantic dinner date, or even as part of her bridal bouquet for your wedding. [Read: Wedding flowers by the seasons – The 20 best picks]

#19 White lilac. Sweet and innocent, the white lilac is a fragrant flower with small petals that you can shower on your girl’s bed along with roses to give her a surprise. You can also put a few stems on a vase or in a bowl along with floating candles for her bedside.

#20 White clover. Like its leaves, the white clover flower is associated with good luck. You can give this to your girlfriend or wife in an arrangement with other brighter-colored flowers. It is also perfect on your table if you’re preparing a romantic candlelit dinner for her.

#21 Yellow acacia. Who says giving a girl flowers is only a symbol of romance? If you want to cheer up a female friend or colleague, you can give her a yellow acacia, which is a symbol of friendship. Make sure you make your intentions known, though, as it is also a symbol of secret love.

#22 Yellow daffodil. The brightly colored yellow daffodil is perfect for that woman who always adds a ray of sunshine into your life. In fact, since this flower is a symbol of luck, you can give this to any woman in your life before her big job interview or on any occasion to wish her luck.

[Read: How to make any girl like you without even asking her out]

Flowers add vibrancy and joy to the life of anyone who receives them, in the same way as these blooms add a splash of color and fragrance to any room. From the little angelicas to the boldest orchids, knowing what kind of blossom to give your girl can transform her tired and dull day into a cheerful and love-filled one.

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Tiffany Grace Reyes
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