Top 10 flowers loved by everyone


Unsurprisingly, roses come in first place. This classic bud, for the longest time have enjoyed the honor of being the most popular flower in the world. The reason for popularity of the rose flower may be its wide variety in terms of colour, size, fragrance and other attributes. 

Rose has been a symbol of love. The variety, color and even number of Roses carry symbolic meanings. Roses have been the most popular choice of flowers for the purpose of gifting across the world. They also act as a great addition to home and office decor. A bunch of roses or even a single rose works wonders aesthetically and considerably enlivens a place.

2. Tulips

“Tulips stand for perfect love,” Gaffney says. While its not the fanciest flower in the garden, the beauty, grace, elegant and easily identifiable blooms are one of the most popular flower in the world.  Tulip flowers are beautiful reminders of the summer and spring. Their gorgeous colors always make us feel bubbly and positive on the inside, no matter how bad of a day we might be having. Even imagining fields full of tulip flowers makes us feel warm and optimistic about the new day. Tulip flowers can grow on various places around the world, but their upkeep is not so easy.

3. Peonies

With their volumous blooms and subtle scent, peonies are one of the most popular and coveted flowers.  According to FTD Flowers, these fluffy blooms are most commonly associated with romance, prosperity. Some even believe they’re a good luck charm of sorts, bringing good fortune to whoever receives them. Peonies come in a range of colours, but the most popular are pink, white and coral. Each year, the short peony season (they’re only in bloom from late April to mid-June) causes a peony frenzy, with enthusiasts snapping up these flowers before they’re gone.

4. Ranunculus

These colorful, swirly flowers, also called “buttercups,” symbolize charm, attraction, and radiance. The mention of the ranunculus flower typically conjures images of showy flowers with ruffles of paper thin petals in bold colors that range from white and pastel pink to fiery reds and sunny yellows and golds.  The ranunculus flower appears to symbolize charm and attractiveness across cultures and generations. In the Victorian language of flowers, the ranunculus flower tells the lady your think she is charming and attractive. Give a bouquet of these beauties and you’ll be letting the recipient know, “I am dazzled by your charms,” according to Teleflora.

5. Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas all contain some amount of cyanide in their leaves and flowers, making most of them unsafe for use as tea or medicine. Hydrangeas flower with luxurious balls of flowers commonly come in shades of pink, blue, purple, and green.  This rare beauty wilts easily in the unforgiving weather for cities like Kiala Lumpur. Being a florist in Malaysia is challenging due to its summer  season all year long, and this particular flower ranks at the bottom for being flowers that lasts long in our list. 

6. Carnation

Today, carnations can be found in a wide range of colors, including pink, white, red, yellow, and pink. While in general they express love, fascination and distinction, virtually every color carries a unique and rich association. In the early 20th century, carnations hd became the flower of choice and official flower for mother’s day. However, carnations have stood the test of time and are still a favourite flower of choice for all sorts of occassions like weddings, birthday, get well flowers and much more. People immediately recognise them, and they certainly have an air of charm.

7. Sunflowers

The sunflower is not the rarest flower, but it’s still a beautiful symbol of power for many people.  Like the sun they’re named for, these blossoms represent warmth and happiness. No flower can lift someone’s spirits quite like sunflowers. They are bright and cheery, and as warm and inviting as the sweet summer sun. With brilliant yellow petals, also known as “rays,” sunflowers have an unmistakable sun-like appearance that has made them a crowd favorite. Though the bright yellow blooms scream summertime, these spirit-lifting flowers are available all year round.

8. Lilies

Lilies are versatile, classic and come in a variety of different colours.  Unlike most other flowers, the perennial Lily never truly goes dormant. The strength and beauty of this international flower has cemented its place in the cultures of the world. With such an elegant look, it’s no wonder the flower means royalty, rebirth, and purity. Explore this potent flower symbol to enrich your own life.

9. Baby Breath 

This flower is usually called Gypsophilia flower. people have used this flower as a gift for baby showers since long ago, so the flower was named after that. The baby’s breath flower is a symbol of eternal love. It is the symbol of the love that has no end, the love that lasts forever. There is no doubt that the baby’s breath flower is a symbol of pureness as well. Because of that this flower could be a great gift for a baby shower. When it comes to the baby’s breath flower, it can be in many different colors, such as white, blue, purple, red, yellow or maybe in orange color. The most common color of the baby’s breath flower is white color.

10. Eustomas

 The Eustoma flower takes its name from ancient Greece, where the flower was popular as a love charm. The name comes from two parts — first, the eu, which is a prefix that symbolizes goodness. Stoma is the second part of the name and it means mouth, so the flower is really called a good mouth. The Eustoma flower meaning list begins with a general feeling of happiness and joy. It’s the perfect flower for using in wedding, birthday, and party bouquets for this reason. Aside from joy, you can also use this flower to symbolize contentment, peace, and love for other people.