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Valentine's Day Flowers: This Is What You Need To Know.

Which flowers are on offer around Valentine's Day, which colour(s) to choose, and where does Valentine's Day come from...? Join us in the romantic world of Valentine's Day with the ins and outs of flowers for Valentine's Day. 


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Our Romantic Valentine's Day Collection!

Allow us to introduce: romantic florist creations featuring the season's most beautiful flowers. The classic rose bouquet or a charming one in light pink? You'll find a suitable bouquet here!

This Is How You Choose The Perfect Colour For You Valentine's Day Flowers

Red: By far the most popular colour and the absolute classic. Red is the colour of love, passion and romance. Yes, it's very eye-catching. Red symbolizes courage and respect too!

White: Beautiful contrast with all the red flowers you see for Valentine's Day! Fresh, beautiful, pure and simple. Perfect for new relationships!

Pink: A light shade of the colour red, so still a colour of love. Many shades, from modern blush pink to bright pink roses, allow you to adapt the colour to the personality of the recipient!

Purple: Often associated with royalty, purple exudes elegance, appreciation and respect. Perfect for a strong person you want to show your appreciation to.

Help! Which Flower Do You Give For Valentine's Day?

Choosing the right Valentine's flowers is not easy, especially if you don't know what your partner's favourite flower is. With these flowers, you are always on the right track!

Roses: They are the most sold flower for Valentine's Day but perhaps a little chliché? Nowadays, they are produced in such a massive quantity that they are often not of good quality anymore. You pay a high price for them because roses stand for love and sell themselves with just that. Be creative and try a different flower this year.

Yes, roses are by far the most popular flowers for Valentine's Day, but what if you skip them this year?

Lilies: They are a wonderful alternative because of their elegant appearance and wonderful fragrance. The whole room is filled with their scent, a constant reminder of the great gift. Doubting between perfume or flowers for Valentine's Day? Choose lilies and kill two birds with one stone!

Wildflowers: They stand for freedom, freshness, and fun. Make your partner happy with a fresh bouquet of wildflowers that radiates joie de vivre!

Tulips: Radiating elegance and grace, red tulips are a symbol of perfect love. Did you know that the soft heart of a tulip represents the heart of your beloved? They are also the symbol of the Dutch spring. Bring joy to your loved ones with tulips!

Plants: Want to be original? A plant is just the thing for you! With the right care, a plant can last a lifetime. Do you want to show your partner that you want to share the rest of your life with them? Give a plant as a gift and enjoy it together!

Valentine's Day - Date & Origin


When is Valentine's Day 2024?

No worries, you are not the only one who does not know when Valentine's Day is. Don't believe us? According to Google, it is the most frequently asked question about Valentine's Day! The answer is: Wednesday, 14 February, 2024. This is the day Saint Valentine of Rome died in 269. The day was created in his honour.


What's The Origin Of Valentine's Day?

There have been different stories around Valentine's Day throughout the years and together they form the story we know today. St. Valentine was a Catholic priest in Rome in the 3rd century. During this period, more and more Romans were converting to Christianity, but Emperor Claudius II devised various laws to prevent this. He believed that Romans should dedicate their lives to Rome and forbade his soldiers to marry. St. Valentine married these soldiers in secret, which made him a true believer in love.

Eventually, his secret was discovered and he was imprisoned. In prison, he cared for his fellow prisoners and is said to have given a girl back her sight. He wrote her a love note, just before his execution, saying 'from your Valentine'. He was executed on 14 February 269.