Lilies are among the most popular flowers in the U.S., partly due to the variety of colors they come in and their beautiful and elegant shape. Llilies are lovely smelling and come in so many unique colors, there's bound to be one that suits every personality.
Learn about lovely lilies
Elegant and artful, lilies have various meanings depending on their hue. Pure white lilies symbolize chastity and virtue, while brilliant orange tiger lilies convey pride and prosperity.
Some types of lilies include the Stargazer lily, which is known for its striking white, red, and pink petals, and heavenly scent, this lily has become a favorite for many occasions. Called "Stargazer," because the blooms face towards the sky. Tiger lilies are orange with brown-toned spots. The hues have been expanded into hybrid versions that can be white or pink. Trumpet lilies are also gorgeous as these larger, tall blossoms are descendent of the regal lily, a white species from China. Trumpets are very fragrant and are perfect to use in bouquets. Due to their height, one plant can have more than 15 huge flowers. Wild or species lilies are also something to write home about, according to the American Meadows news outlet. These varieties come from all over the world and botanists have used them to create many hybrid options seen today.
Aside from being stunning and pleasant smelling, lilies also boast many wonderful meanings. WhatsYourSign.com reports lilies represent hope, faith, purity, renewal, promise and passion. In Greece, the flower symbolizes birth and motherhood as it's believed the blossom was created from the breast milk of the goddess Hera. Its meaning may make lilies the perfect flowers to buy for a loved one expecting a baby or someone who recently had a child. The bouquet will be colorful and vibrant, a perfect way to welcome a new child into the world.
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