We have best selections of beautiful orchids flowers
The name orchid in fact, refers to the diverse botanical family Orchidaceous, which comprises thousands of species and varieties. Orchidaceous is known to be one of the two largest families of flowering plants.
Because of the diverse types available, these fascinating blooms convey lots of meanings and often serve as symbols for many cultures across the globe.
The orchid has been held in high regard since ancient times. It symbolizes & represents
- Pure Love
- Rare Beauty
– In Europe, orchids were used in love potions in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
They also referenced the beauty and spiritual perfection of Victorian women where orchids were traditionally given as a symbol of love or affection.
– The Japanese considered orchids to be a symbol of power and wealth, and they were status symbols for the upper social classes.
– The Chinese believed that orchids were good luck and routinely featured them in their annual Spring Festival to ward off evil spirits. They also used them to represent a child’s innocence and thoughtfulness.
– the ancient Greeks to associate orchids with fertility. They went so far as to believe that the orchid’s tubers could determine if an unborn child was a boy or a girl.