7 Popular Spring Flowers and What They Mean ...


Flowers are beautiful to look at, but not many people know the most popular spring flowers and their meanings.2

Each of these popular spring flowers listed has a beautiful story just as lovely as their bright colors and sweet smells.

1. Anemone


One of the loveliest popular spring flowers is called Anemone.

This particular flower represents “expectation” or “anticipation,” which is why it’s so popular among people who are anxiously anticipating and expecting springtime!

Historically thought to ward off illnesses and protect against evil, the anemone flower is known as a powerful flower.

There are also speculations that this flower grew under the cross where Jesus hung.

According to Greek mythology, however, the anemone sprang from Aphrodite’s tears as she mourned the death of Adonis.

2. Dahlias


These beautiful flowers have different meanings according to their colors.2

It is said that to express “I am happy you love me,” one should give a yellow dahlia;

on the other hand, if someone wishes to say “I think of you constantly,” he/she should give a multicolored dahlia.

Historically, the dahlia's flowers were used to make an early form of insulin for diabetics.

This flower is known for its form and colors.

3. Gerberas


These pretty flowers symbolize innocence, beauty, and purity.

They come in a variety of colors and are often used to create feng shui throughout a house.2

Each beautiful color brings up an emotion and cheer to a person’s heart: yellows are very cheerful and grounding;

reds exude passion and energy;

pinks are very sweet and calming;

oranges are full of health and life;

and whites are to soothe the mind.

4. Peonies


According to legend, the peonies are named after Paeon, who was a physician to the gods.

It is believed that he received this particular flower on Mount Olympus from Apollo’s mother.

These gorgeous flowers symbolize good fortune, wealth, happy marriages, and romance.

You can certainly conclude all of these symbols just by looking at them!

They typically come in season around May.

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