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What does your Valentine’s Day Flower Say about You?

With Valentine’s just days away, it’s time to make a decision on how you will spoil your better half. As any florist would tell you, nearly half of our Valentine’s Day flowers delivered are roses, but this is far from the only option. If you’re stuck on what fresh flowers to choose, understanding the symbolism behind some of our favourites might help. 


Roses are the fresh flowers of choice for romantics the world over. If you’re loved one is a traditionalist, we recommend going with the flow and choosing roses for your flower delivery. Roses symbolise love and passion, so it’s a fitting choice on the Day of Love. Put your own mark on the gift by choosing from a range of colours and quantities, or by pairing the fresh flowers with indulgent chocolates.  


Tulips are a more unique flower delivery option on Valentine’s Day but one that your florists at Arrange Floral are more than happy to work with. Tulips come in all sorts of colours and can portray a touch of the old world as they bring to mind the tulip fields of Holland. They represent love, warmth and comfort. If your Valentine is in Tauranga, Papamoa, Mount Maunganui or Te Puke – where Valentine’s will likely fall on a hot, summer’s day – bright tulips are a lovely fresh flower choice to complement the season.   

Casa Blanca Lilies 

All liles are beautiful and unique, but Casa Blanca lilies – otherwise known as Oriental lilies – are especially nice on Valentine’s Day. Casa Blanca liles symbolise sophistication and drama. Any florist would love working with Casa Blanca liles because they make elegant bouquets with striking white fresh flowers contrasted with natural greenery and foliage – and their scent is divine. 


Our Arrange Floral florists rarely see customers ask for sunflowers on Valentine’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t. If you want flowers delivered to your loved one, but she likes to think outside the box, brilliant yellow sunflowers could be the perfect solution. They are sure to brighten up anyone’s day and represent loyalty along with happiness, and who wouldn’t like a reminder of these great traits? 

Now that you have an understanding of the meaning behind these flowers, it’s time to make a decision! We will happily deliver your Valentine the perfect single flower or mixed bouquet to anywhere in Tauranga, Te Puke, Mt Maunganui and Papamoa for free!

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