Can You Match The Valentine’s Day Flower To Its Meaning?

Not every Valentine's Day flower has the same expressed meaning. Do you think you can match the Valentine's Day flower to its meaning? Let's find out just how Valentine's Day savvy you really are!
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This flower symbolizes love, passion, and romance.
Tulips
Roses
Carnations
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Question 2/10

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This flower symbolizes innocence and purity.
Daisies
Orchids
Sunfowers
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This flower represents perfect love.
Orchids
Tulips
Lillies
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This flower represents friendship and devotion.
Peruvian Lillies
Casa Blanca Lillies
Gardenia
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Question 5/10

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These flowers represent purity and joy.
Carnations
Freesias
Gardenias
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These flowers represent faith and hope.
Blue bells
Irises
Sunflowers
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These flowers represent fascination and new love.
Carnations
Roses
Peony
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These flowers represent luxury and strength.
Orchids
Lily of the Valley
Hydrangea
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Question 9/10

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These flowers represent beauty and class.
Sweet pea
Stephanotis
Casa Blanca Lillies
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Question 10/10

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This flower represents coyness and reservation.
Roses
Alstroemeria
Peony
Result
Unfortunately, you weren't able to match the Valentine's Day flower to it's specific meaning or symbolism. While you may know the basics such as roses, you're not keen on other types of Valentine's Day flowers just yet!

C+, Valentine's Flower Flop

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It's obvious that you know a thing or two about your Valentine's Day flowers! While you may not be the world's foremost expert on flower symbolism just yet, you're well on your way. Keep up the good work!

B+, Valentine's Day Flower Phenom

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are Valentine's Day flower fantastic! It's obvious that you know your Valentine's Day symbolism. Every flower holds a special meaning. No two are exactly alike. With your knowledge, we know you'll give the perfect flowers this Valentine's Day!

A+, Valentine's Day Flower Fantastic

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1
This flower symbolizes love, passion, and romance.
Tulips
Roses
Carnations
2
This flower symbolizes innocence and purity.
Daisies
Orchids
Sunfowers
3
This flower represents perfect love.
Orchids
Tulips
Lillies
4
This flower represents friendship and devotion.
Peruvian Lillies
Casa Blanca Lillies
Gardenia
5
These flowers represent purity and joy.
Carnations
Freesias
Gardenias
6
These flowers represent faith and hope.
Blue bells
Irises
Sunflowers
7
These flowers represent fascination and new love.
Carnations
Roses
Peony
8
These flowers represent luxury and strength.
Orchids
Lily of the Valley
Hydrangea
9
These flowers represent beauty and class.
Sweet pea
Stephanotis
Casa Blanca Lillies
10
This flower represents coyness and reservation.
Roses
Alstroemeria
Peony