Valentine’s Day Flowers: What Your Flower Choice Means

By Ingrid Longauerová
Ingrid Longauerová
Ingrid Longauerová
journalist/graphic designer
Ingrid Longauerová is a long time employee at the Epoch Media Group. She started working with The Epoch Times as a freelance journalist in 2007 before coming to New York and work in the Web Production department. She is currently a senior graphic designer for the Elite Magazine, a premier luxury lifestyle magazine for affluent Chinese in America produced by the EMG.
February 13, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Thinking about flowers for your Valentine? It’s the classic choice that never gets old. And, just between us, it’s also the perfect last minute gift. Moreover, since flowers have their own language, they can express your love without words.

 

(*Image of freesia, gerbera, hyacinth, iris, lily, carnation, calla lily, bird of paradise, alstroemeria, chrysanthemum, red roses and roses via Shutterstock)

Ingrid Longauerová
journalist/graphic designer
Ingrid Longauerová is a long time employee at the Epoch Media Group. She started working with The Epoch Times as a freelance journalist in 2007 before coming to New York and work in the Web Production department. She is currently a senior graphic designer for the Elite Magazine, a premier luxury lifestyle magazine for affluent Chinese in America produced by the EMG.