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Illustrated Flower Symbolism Guide   

Flowers are a part of every significant event in our life from birth to death. In the Victorian era, flower symbolism became a complete language.

Flower Name Meanings

Our list of flower names links to extensive information including the symbolic meanings of flowers, photos of flowers and interesting flower facts for over 150 of the world's most popular flowers.

Wildflower Lore   

Western wildflowers have a fascinating history. Read about the uses and ecology of western wildflowers including bitterroot wildflowers, snowberry wildflowers, owl-clover wildflowers, indian paintbrush wildflowers and the yucca wildflower.

Garden Flower Colors Meaning  

Creating a beautiful garden is like painting a picture in living color. Achieving color harmony, contrast and effective color combinations in the garden is a fascinating art. Read about the flower symbolism and fascinating facts about popular garden flowers including bluebells, foxglove, impatiens, lupines, marigolds, poppies, tulips, sunflowers and sweet peas. Your garden flowers will take on a whole new level of meaning!

History of Flower Art  

Explore the fascinating history of flower art beginning in the ancient Egyptian and Roman times and moving forwards to the modern age. Read about key flower artists including Manet, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse and O'Keeffe.

Flowers by Symbol Types

Flower Symbols Meanings

This article includes a list of flowers meaning joy and many other less common meanings. Find unusual meanings of flowers here. Since many flowers have multiple meanings, some flowers appear in more than one category.

Individual Flowers

Bamboo Symbolism 
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The bamboo is the most popular plant in China. Every village in Southern China is surrounded by bamboo groves. To be Chinese is to feel at home with bamboo.

Bluebell Symbolism

Bluebells have long been symbolic of humility and gratitude. They are associated with constancy, gratitude and everlasting love. Learn more.

Calla Lily Flower Symbolism

The flower symbolism associated with the calla lily is magnificent beauty. Calla lilies are native to southern Africa. The calla lily is visible in many of Diego Rivera's works of art. Georgia O'Keeffe's sensual flowers redefined the flower as a pure, almost geometric form.

Camellia Symbolism  
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The symmetrical beauty and long-lasting quality of the flower have long been appreciated by young lovers as the token for expressing devotion to each other. In the eyes of the Chinese, the petals reflect the spirit of a lady, and the holder of the petals (the calyx) represents the young man entrusted by the lady as her protector.

Cyclamen Flower Symbolism

The flower symbolism associated with cyclamen flowers is resignation and goodbye. This symbolism makes cyclamen especially appropriate for gifts for friends who are retiring or relocating.

Daisy Flower Symbolism

The flower symbolism associated with the daisy is purity, innocence, loyal love, beauty, patience and simplicity. Daisies are often depicted in meadows in Medieval paintings. Learn more.


Day Lily Symbolism
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The day lily has many names in China. When it has a cheerful position, the flower is called "Wong Yu," meaning "Forgetting Worries." Since the flower is worn by many mothers, the Chinese also venerate the day lily as a symbol of filial devotion to one's mother.

Foxglove Flower Symbolism

Foxglove flowers have both positive and negative symbolic meanings. They are said to sometimes hurt and sometimes heal. In the language of flowers, foxglove is associated with insincerity. Learn more.

Impatiens Flower Symbolism

Impatiens are symbolic of motherly love. Impatiens flowers come in many different colors from reds to blues to near blacks and browns. The individual colors have not been given separate meanings.

Iris Symbolism
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
Blessed with the colors of the rainbow, the iris has been recognized as the dancing spirit of early summer. Its soft, fluttering petals remind the Chinese people of butterfly wings, flapping gently in the breeze.

Lupine Flower Symbolism

Lupines are symbolic of imagination. The name lupinus actually means of wolves due to the mistaken belief that ancient peoples had that lupines robbed the soil of nutrients. See our lupine notecards and flower art gifts!

Marigold Flower Symbolism

Marigolds are known as the Herb of the Sun and are symbolic of passion and creativity. The Welsh believed that if marigolds were not open early in the morning, then a storm was on the way. Read more.

Morning Glory Symbolism
& Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The star-shaped morning glory, which opens in the morning and withers quickly before dusk, is symbolic of a single day each year in which the Chinese lovers, Chien Niu and Chih Neu, are allowed to meet.

Orchid Symbolism
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The grass orchid is admired for its subtle beauty. Its fragrance is intimately enticing but never overpowering. It usually chooses its hermitage in the most spiritual places in nature, where the mountain is embraced by mists or rocks by the roaring streams. To sit with the orchid is a scholarly pursuit with a long tradition. It inspires purity and simplicity.

Poinsettia Symbolism  

The ancient Aztecs considered the poinsettia to be a symbol of purity. Today, poinsettias are the most easily recognized flower symbolic of Christmas. Poinsettias originally came from Mexico and Central America.

Poppy Symbolism
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
Poppies represent the loyalty and faith between lovers. According to Chinese legend, a beautiful and courageous woman, Lady Yee, was married to Hsiang Yu, a warrior with Herculean strength. When Hsiang led his troops into battle, Lady Yee chose to follow him and stood by his side in every battle.

Rose Symbolism  
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The rose has been in cultivation since the beginning of Chinese history. Ladies carried rose petals in their purses and gentlemen made wine and herbal medicine with the petals. Along with the name Orchid, Rose is one of the most popular names for girls in China.

Sunflower Symbolism    

Sunflowers are symbolic of adoration. Sunflowers turn their heads to the sun, which is the origin of their common name. Sunflowers belong to the genus helianthus, a reference to Helios, the sun god.

Tulip Symbolism    

Tulips are generally symbolic of fame and perfect love. The symbolic meanings also change with the color of the tulips. Tulips are the foremost national symbol of Holland, rivaling wooden shoes and windmills!

Wisteria Symbolism
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The wisteria is called "Purple Vine" in China. In one cluster, the petals shade harmoniously from the strong, dark purple tip to the soft, light pink at the open base. Among all plants, vines are the most vivid examples of nature's playful spontaneity.

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Animal Symbols

Animal symbols are so universal as to be a part of the collective unconscious, belonging to the mythology, legends and religious scriptures of virtually every culture on earth. Some animal symbols contain a secret code and reveal their inner meanings only through written and oral traditions.

Bird Symbolism: Celtic Symbols

The Celts flourished from 500BC to 400AD and were later reduced in numbers and geographic spread by both the Roman expansion and Germanic immigration. Among the most utilized Celtic symbols were those based on animal forms, including the bird symbols delineated below.

Chinese Animal Symbols   

Understanding Chinese animal symbolism not only helps one to understand a particular people and their artistic expression, but also connects individuals from any culture with the powerful forces of nature symbolized by various members of the animal kingdom.

Dragon Meaning

Learn the meaning of dragons. More than any other image, the dragon is associated with the Orient. A symbol of the emperor himself, the dragon was master of all of the elements of nature. The sinuous dragon can take many forms and can be victorious in any circumstance. Find out more here.

Phoenix Symbolism

The story of the phoenix begins in ancient Egyptian mythology and was later developed in the Phoenician, Indian and Greek traditions. The phoenix is a sacred firebird with beautiful feathers of gold and red or purple and blue. A phoenix lives for 500-1,000 years and then builds itself a nest of myrrh twigs. Find out more here.

Unicorn Meaning

The unicorn is one of a very few mythological creatures that are considered to be beneficial in almost all traditions. The unicorn is universally beautiful, mysterious and difficult to capture or tame. Although modern unicorns are depicted simply as horses with a single horn, traditional unicorns also possessed a billy goat’s beard, a lion’s tail and cloven hooves.

Feng Shui Animals
By Kartar Diamond
The role of both real and mythological animals is referred to frequently in feng shui theory and folklore. In many books, there is a description of an ideal house, which has a turtle behind it, a phoenix bird in front of it, and a dragon and tiger on either side. Learn more here.

Animal Dreams
By Sara Le and Ron Masa, Ph.D.
The appearance of animals in dreams can symbolize a number of different things. Most of the time, the significance of the animal depends on which type of animal pops up in the dream. In all areas of society, a wide variety of meanings and symbols are given to different animals, and when they show up in your dreams their purpose will most likely be a reflection of you and your beliefs about that creature.

Animal Totems
By Claudia McNeely and Laurie Brenner
The knowledge of totems has come to us mainly though the teachings of the Native Americans. They have a strong belief in the power of nature and would dress themselves in the skins or masks of different animals to access that animal's powers or abilities, known as ‘medicine'. In more ancient times, gods and goddesses were often portrayed as animals.

Mythical Animals
By Larry Christopher and Richard Monk
What do faeries, unicorns, dragons and mermaids have in common? Well, naturally they are all mythical creatures found in many folk and fairy tales. More than this, however, they are all creatures that might be considered liminal, or inhabiting a borderland between the gods and humans, or between good and evil.

Color Symbols

Colors Meanings

Colors meanings are closely related to cultural associations with various colors. The study of color psychology, color therapy and color symbolism reveals an in-depth perspective on both society and individuals. Find more information here.

Color Symbolism   

Color symbolism affects nearly every area of life: clothing, interior design, graphic design, computer interface design, fine art, consumer product development and packaging, food choices and corporate identity.

Color Psychology

Colors psychology is a fascinating topic that has captured the imagination of scientists, artists and poets. Color theory is is a huge part of the fashion industry, home decor and ongoing studies that try and determine the ideal surroundings for both work and relaxation. Learn more here.

Color Healing

Color symbolism and color therapy has had a long history in many societies and is closely intertwined with cultural associations with various colors. Some modern color therapists take a purely biological approach to color therapy and healing art. Learn more here.

Blue Symbolism   

This article covers the connections between the color blue and health, personality, language, spirituality, interior design, nature, art and the mind.
Read about the world's favorite color!

Personality Colors

Your color preferences can reveal basic aspects of your personality. Think about the colors you wear most often. These colors indicate both your strengths and your weaknesses. Learn more about personality colors here.

Bible Color Meanings

Colors meanings play an important role in religion worldwide. In the Christian tradition, color meanings come both from the meanings in the Bible and from the traditions of religious art. Learn more here.

Flower Color Healing

Dr. Edward Bach believed that disease is a manifestation of negative mental states. The chart below indicates the thirty eight remedies that Bach developed, their colors and the states of mind they are intended to treat.

Gems and Color

The molecular structure of gems filter out certain wavelengths as light passes through them, giving them their characteristic colors. Both precious and semi-precious stones can be used to affect character, mood and physical health.

Color and Music

The experiences of color and music have always been closely intertwined. From the days of the ancient Greeks through the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance, both color and music were widely considered to possess inherent moral powers to influence their viewers and listeners for better or for worse.

Purple Power
By Kathryn Weber
Purple is mixture of soothing, calm blue with boisterous, energetic red. Purple is associated with royalty. It symbolizes power, nobility, luxury, and ambition.

Red Color Meaning
By Joey Pebble and Abhishek Agarwal
Red may be the most powerful color in the spectrum. Less somber than black, but more powerful than orange, it is a color which incites emotions, and causes people to react, in both biological and psychological ways.

Rose Color Meaning
By Joe Griffon and Adam Carter
There are so many different kinds of roses and colors. There is a roses color meaning for each different color. Automatically everyone can see the symbolism of love with all kinds of roses, but the true symbolism comes from the color of the bloom. Here is a list of most colors.

Nature Symbols

Forest and Tree Symbolism   

Forests have always had deep-rooted symbolic meaning in virtually every culture on earth. Forests are the abode of the nature spirits. Forests are a refuge from danger as well as a source of dangerous wild animals. Forests are mysterious and constantly changing. Individual trees also have specific symbolic meanings.

Aspen Trees: Nature's Shimmering Beauty

Aspen tree symbolism includes determination and overcoming fears and doubts. Trees in general are almost universally a positive symbol: Nordic, Celtic, Indian, American Indian, Jewish, European and many other cultures all attach positive symbolic significance to trees.

Shamrock Meaning

The most well-known meaning was imparted to the shamrock by St. Patrick, who compared the plant’s tri-part leaves to the Holy Trinity: Father, Son and Host Spirit. Occasionally shamrocks are found with four leaves. These are rare and considered to be very lucky for the finder. Find out more about shamrock meanings here.

Apple Symbolism and Legends   

The history and meaning of apples, apple blossoms, apple mythology, and the legend of Johnny Appleseed.

Five Elements of Nature

The five element form of feng shui classifies various aspects of interior design according to their relationship to the predominant forces in nature. The Chinese five element system views wood, fire, earth, metal and water as the primary natural elements. Learn more here.

Mary Gardens 

In the late Middle Ages, depictions of the Virgin Mary in an idealized garden were common in Flemish and German paintings. Some churches began creating actual gardens devoted to Mother Mary for worshippers to visit for meditation and prayer. Learn more about flower symbolism and Mary Gardens.

Nature's Pharmacy

From the ancient courts of the pharaohs to the aisles of our modern health food stores, the amazing world of herbs and their mythical lore have fascinated mankind. Stories and legends about the secret powers of herbs can be found all over the world, and detailed volumes outlining their specific uses have been treasured by both kings and peasants.

Bonsai Trees
By Carolyn Anderson and Marcin Doliwa
A lot of people wonder about the meaning behind the bonsai tree. Well, let's start with the meaning of the word itself. Bonsai, first of all, is a Japanese word and could be translated as 'a tree in a pot'. The art of bonsai growing, however, did not originate in Japan but in China. Learn more here.

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The Five Elements of Nature

The five element form of feng shui classifies various aspects of interior design according to their relationship to the predominant forces in nature. The Chinese five element system views wood, fire, earth, metal and water as the primary natural elements. Learn more here.

Bamboo Symbolism 
and Ning Yeh, Ph.D.
The bamboo is the most popular plant in China. Every village in Southern China is surrounded by bamboo groves. To be Chinese is to feel at home with bamboo.

Five Element Survey

Take the survey below to determine your natural element compatibility. This survey has 15 questions and should take three to five minutes.

Chinese Animal Symbols   

Understanding Chinese animal symbolism not only helps one to understand a particular people and their artistic expression, but also connects individuals from any culture with the powerful forces of nature symbolized by various members of the animal kingdom.

Dragon Meaning

Learn the meaning of dragons. More than any other image, the dragon is associated with the Orient. A symbol of the emperor himself, the dragon was master of all of the elements of nature. The sinuous dragon can take many forms and can be victorious in any circumstance. Find out more here.

Phoenix Symbolism

The story of the phoenix begins in ancient Egyptian mythology and was later developed in the Phoenician, Indian and Greek traditions. The phoenix is a sacred firebird with beautiful feathers of gold and red or purple and blue. A phoenix lives for 500-1,000 years and then builds itself a nest of myrrh twigs. Find out more here.

Wealth Symbols
By Kathryn Weber
Our homes, like our dreams, speak in symbols. The art, the symbols, shapes, and colors we surround ourselves with at home tells a story of our lives. Mine speaks to a love of travel and does so in the artwork that I’ve collected from around the world. It’s important that we place objects and items in our house that inspire and motivate us.

Feng Shui Gems
By Kathryn Weber
From the earliest fairytales of genies and fairy godmothers, we all have wishes that we would love to see magically happen. Luckily in feng shui there is a wonderful technique for activating the energies associated with all of the usual aspirations that everyone wants: love, wealth, health, happiness, good fortune.

Good Luck Symbols
By Kathryn Weber
Creating good feng shui that promotes wealth, happiness, and opportunities can extend way beyond your front door or the way you arrange your bedroom. Feng shui can be incorporated in the accessories in your home to the car and clothing colors you select.

Sacred Symbols Articles

Bible Color Meanings

Colors meanings play an important role in religion worldwide. In the Christian tradition, color meanings come both from the meanings in the Bible and from the traditions of religious art. Learn more here.

Mary Gardens 

In the late Middle Ages, depictions of the Virgin Mary in an idealized garden were common in Flemish and German paintings. Some churches began creating actual gardens devoted to Mother Mary for worshippers to visit for meditation and prayer. Learn more about flower symbolism and Mary Gardens.

Early Christian Art and Symbols
By Annette Labedzki and Ed Gallagher
The Christian Art after 313 AD consisted of messages glorifying God, the words of God, the Gospels, and the Acts of the Apostles. The art was not so much about 'Realism' or technique, as much it was about the content, conveyed through the mosaics, which embellished the interiors of the early Christian basilicas.

Tibetan Symbols
By Sylvia Smelcer
The word Aum is the primordial symbol, the first sound ever heard, and the sound that the earth was created by. The sound starts with an opening of the lips and ends with a closing. This represents pulling all things into the body while making the sound. The Om sound is similar to the Greek Logos, and in Christianity it could be linked to the Christian Amen.

Celtic Symbols
By Tim Lazaro
The life of the ancient Celt was rooted in tradition and mysticism. They revered their ancestors and the earth and the things on it were attributed with great powers. They believed in the interconnectedness of man and his surroundings and used symbols as a way to illustrate it.

Symbols of Persia
and Susan Harrow

The symbols of ancient Persia indicate their fascination with mythical and imaginary creatures and their meanings. The art of the time focused on geometrical shapes and very stylized representations of both real and imaginary creatures, including lions, elephants, peacocks, phoenixes and griffins. Learn more about Persian symbols.

Popular Symbols

Christmas Symbols
By Bernadette Dimitrov and David Robson
We all love Christmas symbols used as decorations however most people have no idea where they originally came from. It certainly adds to a deeper enjoyment of Christmas when meaning is added. Imagine the delightful Christmas conversations sharing your new insights. So read on and enjoy a deeper understanding of three popular symbols and their meaning!

Pirate Symbols
By Alison Cole and Frank Loethen
Pirates used symbols as part of their strategy to instill fear. Skeletons, flaming swords, and hourglasses were among their favorite symbols. The most popular was the “Jolly Roger”, a white skull-and-crossbones on a black background. Learn more here.

Chinese Astrology
By Caroline Bourke and Henry KH Fong
Chinese astrology symbols are astrological signs of 12 animals that represent a twelve year cycle that is aligned with the sun and the moon. Each one of them was carefully selected and used to represent human life and culture. Learn more here.

Love Symbols: Valentine's Day
By Sean Carter and Babu Banik
What are the first few things that come to your mind when you think of Valentine's Day? Cupids, flowers, candies, doves or hearts? Well it is only normal to associate these with Valentine's Day as they pretty much are the most popular Valentine's Day symbols.

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Flower Color Healing

Dr. Edward Bach believed that disease is a manifestation of negative mental states. The chart below indicates the thirty eight remedies that Bach developed, their colors and the states of mind they are intended to treat.

Color and Music

The experiences of color and music have always been closely intertwined. From the days of the ancient Greeks through the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance, both color and music were widely considered to possess inherent moral powers to influence their viewers and listeners for better or for worse.

Color Healing

Color symbolism and color therapy has had a long history in many societies and is closely intertwined with cultural associations with various colors. Some modern color therapists take a purely biological approach to color therapy and healing art. Learn more here.

History of Flower Art  

Explore the fascinating history of flower art beginning in the ancient Egyptian and Roman times and moving forwards to the modern age. Read about key flower artists including Manet, Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse and O'Keeffe.

Garden Colors

Creating a beautiful garden is like painting a picture in living color. Achieving color harmony, contrast and effective color combinations in the garden is a fascinating art. More about garden colors here.

Wildflower Lore   

Western wildflowers have a fascinating history. Read about the uses and ecology of western wildflowers including bitterroot wildflowers, snowberry wildflowers, owl-clover wildflowers, indian paintbrush wildflowers and the yucca wildflower.

Saint Patrick's Monks
By Patricia Doherty Hinnebusch and Pollux Parker
After his ordination in 430 A.D., Patrick went to Ireland as a missionary. He founded monasteries in northern, central, and eastern Ireland. There were no cities in Ireland then and his monasteries became centers of trade as well as knowledge.

The Irish Way of Speaking: The Truth About the Blarney Stone
By Patricia Doherty Hinnebusch
What is the blarney stone? What is the Irish way of speaking? That legendary stone in the wall of Blarney Castle and my prolonged tarrying in the grove of magical trees nearby are merely two of countless treasured memories of a land where words, like the wings of a butterfly, let you soar above the mundaneness of everyday life to acquire a proper perspective on reality.

The Healing Power of Symbolic Art

Art can be used in healthcare setting, homes and offices for healing benefits. Read this article to find out about the fascinating research and innovative ways that art has been used throughout history for healing, wellness and relaxation.

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