The fifth most popular flower the world, Gerbera daisies can mean innocence, purity, and cheerfulness. These large daisy variations come in a number of vibrant colors, and sending them is the perfect way to brighten someone’s day.
Introducing ‘Charlize,’ a bright and cheerful arrangement featuring real touch artificial Gerberas, mini calla Lillies and yellow buttons! I have been asked to do a Gerbera arrangement for a while now but couldn’t come up with one that I was happy until now. ‘Charlize’ is definitely ‘the one!’
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The gerbera daisy is native to south Africa and lush with bright colors and a happy beauty about it. The Victorian meaning of the gerbera daisy is happiness. The gerbera daisy seems to hold it’s rays open to the world radiating pure happiness. Who wouldn’t get a smile on their face when presented with a bouquet of these beauties?
What Does The Gerbera Symbolise?
The symbolism of the gebera daisy is the simple beauty of a very happy life. Throughout history, the gerbera daisy has symbolized the innocent hearts of children, attributed to the white gerbera, and, happiness and gratefulness for the life you have been given. It is happiness that bubbles, fizzes and pops with joyous surprises. These are not flowers for regrets. These flowers are a celebration of life!
Gerbera Flower Colour Meanings
Gerberas are available in rich reds, oranges, yellows peaches, creams and white and there a few distinct meanings including:
- The color meaning for orange is: sunshine of life
- Red means: unconscious in love or fully immersed in love
- White: is a symbol of purity or innocence, childlike
- Pink: admiration, adoration or high esteem
- Yellow: cheerfulness
Flower meanings by Flowermeaning.com