Valentine’s Day is a time when everyone celebrates love — and when you send flowers on Feb. 14, you’re honoring a long-lived tradition of winning someone’s affection. However, sending flowers of a certain kind and color may say more than you think.
In case you didn’t know, each flower has a meaning associated to it — while a red rose is a classic way to say I love you, a pink of the same kind is used to connote grace and elegance. Such significance dates back to the Victorian era wherein the tradition of sending flowers became widespread. In this infographic, Flower Patch will guide you through 10 Valentine’s Day flowers and their meanings.