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Is it somebody's birthday? Your anniversary? Do you need to say I'm Sorry, Thank You, or Congratulations? Or maybe there's a special day coming up - like Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or Christmas - and you want to mark the occasion in a meaningful way.
Whatever the situation, if you're looking for a beautiful bouquet of flowers to send to a friend or loved one, look no further than Interfone.
We make it easy for you to order flowers online. With free next day delivery to locations across the UK, and flower delivery also available to locations elsewhere in the world, you can rest assured that your personalised gift will arrive in time to brighten up somebody's day.
A quick guide to flowers and their meanings.
Flowers are the perfect gift no matter what the occasion. But sometimes it can be difficult to decide on the right bouquet when buying flowers online.
If you're not sure which online flowers to order, it might help to know the meanings behind different plants, as well as the colours of the blossoms.
For example, roses are generally considered to be the flowers of love, but different shades carry different meanings. White means innocence and purity, while red conveys passion. Pink roses symbolise happiness and thankfulness, yellow roses are for friendship and orange conveys desire.
Lilies come in a variety of types, and each one has its own meaning. For example, the Madonna lily symbolises purity and the colourful alstroemeria lilies represent loyalty and friendship, while calla lilies are a symbol of beauty. In addition, the stargazer lily is a sign of sympathy and they often appear in funeral arrangements.
Carnations are another popular type of flower to include in bouquets. Pink carnations are the traditional bloom for Mother's Day, while red carnations symbolise ardour and white means good luck.
Other flowers that symbolise love include chrysanthemums, tulips, bluebells, iris, ambrosia, daisies, forget-me-nots and agapanthus. Including ivy in a bouquet is also a symbol of love.
Of course, it's not just about the meaning behind flowers. If you know the recipient really likes a certain type of flower or a certain colour, perhaps use that information to select a bouquet that you think they will enjoy.
In addition to the type of flowers and the colours, be sure to also consider the size of the bouquet and any extras that you would like included with the flower delivery.