Diggin' Deep – The meaning of flowers...

Are you attracted to the fun, flirty charm of the Black-Eyed Susan? Or do you find yourself drawn to the enchanting, yet dangerous, Snapdragon. Which Garden-Gram flower resonates within your soul? Go ahead, dig deep! ;)

Black-Eyed Susans
Fun, flirty and charming is the meaning emanating from the Black Eyed Susan flower symbolism, add in a flair for happiness and a heart full of smiles.
 

Yarrow
Yarrow flowers are often thought to represent both healing and inspiration. Many people give these blossoms as gifts to symbolize their concern for their recipient’s well-being, or to help them find joy and illumination in their lives. 
 

Snapdragon
The snapdragon flower has something of a dual nature when it comes to symbolism. Because of their history of cloaking women from undesirable affections, they are often thought to mean deception and denial. On the other hand, they are thought to be representative of a whimsical, gracious nature. They are also occasionally associated with strength, dignity and unique beauty. When given as a gift, these flowers may encompass either meaning, or perhaps even both – telling the recipient that you find them to be enchanting, but dangerous.

Poppy
Although the poppy flower may commonly be used to represent death and eternal rest, it is also thought to bring many good things. Mystics feel that poppies can be talismans for good luck in love, money and health.

Primrose
Evening primrose represents youth, eternal love and memory. As a gift, they are given for a number of reasons. They may be given during an anniversary as a reminder of the couple’s young love; it may be presented to the parents of a newborn child; or simply as an affectionate token to a well-loved companion.