It has included advice on the ideal recipients for each flower and hidden meanings.
Red Tulip: Synonymous with love, this beautiful red cut bulb flower symbolises passion, romance and is the ultimate bouquet for a loved one. Try varieties such as ‘Amor’ or ‘Passionale’ for a truly meaningful gift.
Purple Iris: For an ethereal, earth mother, try purple iris. A brave and unusual choice for Valentine’s Day, the strong colour is a good match for independent women who are at one with Mother Nature.
Yellow Narcissi: Valentine’s Day is for all so treat mothers, aunts or grandmothers to a fresh bouquet of yellow narcissi. Loved ones will be delighted with the novel idea of narcissi, and in a glass vase will look beautiful next to a handmade card.
Pink and White Hyacinth: Send daughters a fragrant bouquet of pink and white hyacinths to symbolise the love between parent and child. As one of the most fragrant bulbs, hyacinths work beautifully to fill rooms with a sweet scent, reminding the recipient how much they are cared for.
Calla Lily: The ultimate wedding cut bulb flower, the calla lily is also perfect for Valentine’s Day in a bouquet or as a single stem. It symbolises purity, longevity and devotion and sends the ultimate message of love.