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The Meaning Behind Popular Valentine's Day Flowers

Woman's Day Logo By Amanda Greene Kelly of Woman's Day | Slide 1 of 13: <p>These fluffy blooms are associated with a variety of meanings-most commonly, they're tied to romance, prosperity, and bashfulness, according to <a href="https://www.ftd.com/blog/share/peony-meaning-and-symbolism">FTD Flowers</a>. As one Greek myth states, Apollo used to turn beautiful nymphs into peonies if Aphrodite knew he was flirting with them. Some even believe they're a good luck charm of sorts, bringing good fortune to whoever receives them. </p>

1) Peonies

These fluffy blooms are associated with a variety of meanings-most commonly, they're tied to romance, prosperity, and bashfulness, according to FTD Flowers. As one Greek myth states, Apollo used to turn beautiful nymphs into peonies if Aphrodite knew he was flirting with them. Some even believe they're a good luck charm of sorts, bringing good fortune to whoever receives them.

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