Flower Tattoos Meanings and Pictures
In addition to their beauty and timelessness, they represent what nature gives us in the most beautiful way. With meanings as disparate as the celebration of a birth or mourning someone´s passing; depending on the type of flower or even color, so is its meaning. So, we have:
White Flowers: In most cases represent innocence but may also represent death.
Red Flowers: Normally mean vitality, but can also symbolize bloodshed.
Blue Flowers: Symbolizes devotion, and / or something secret.
Azalea: Moderation, temperance. Cornflower: Delicate, refined. Carnation: Loyalty, love. Dandelion: Freedom and purity. Cherry Blossom: Means feminine beauty and spiritual beauty. For the Chinese is a symbol of love, but for the Japanese is said to symbolize the transience of life, it is a flower that lives shortly. Gardenia: Refinement, elegance. Geranium: Gentleness, peace of mind. Gypsophila: Pure heart. Sunflower: Loyalty, adoration. Hibiscus: Delicate beauty,"consumed by love." Hydrangea: Egocentric, cold, heartless. Jasmine: Happiness. Honeysuckle: Loving bonds. Daisy: Innocence, fidelity, purity, faith. Mertensia: Patience, regret, sadness. Narcissus: Disappointment, unrequited love, faith. Peony: Anger. Tulip: Charm. Violet: Fidelity, modesty. Zinnia: Missing a friend who is far away.