Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Celebrating Chinese New Year With Wholesale Flowers

Celebrating Chinese New Year With Wholesale Flowers

Chinese New Year begins according to the Chinese calendar which consists of both Gregorian and lunar-solar calendar systems. Because the track of the new moon changes from year to year, Chinese New Year can begin anytime between late January and mid-February. 

During this time the flowers that we use have a meaning. The Red Celosia Cockscomb flower represents good wishes. These wholesale flowers come packed in bunches and if they are placed at doorways or gates they represent double happiness and bliss for the family and the home.

The Yellow Celosia (Cockscomb) flower in China is called Feng Wei which translated is Phoenix Tail and it represents harmony and good fortune. The Hydrangeas are symbolic for expressing love, gratitude, and enlightenment. There are antique, dyed, elite, jumbo, mini, natural, and super select hydrangeas.

The Chrysanthemum signifies a life of ease. Buddhists are fond of using this flower as offerings on alters. Symbolic of powerful Yang energy, this flower is an attractant of good luck in the home. In Asian cultures, chrysanthemum flowers are associated with meditation, cheerfulness, love and truthfulness.

Incredibly the Lotus flower is known to the Buddhist as being the holy seat of the Buddha. To the Chinese it symbolizes ultimate purity and perfection because it rises untainted and beautiful from the mud. 

Esoterically, it represents inward emptying and outward splendor and this conveys the true nature of reality according to the Buddhist philosophy. Bulk Lotus Flowers are available throughout the year.

The Orchid is known for fertility, this flower encourages plenty of progeny, not only is it a symbol of fertility but it is also known to be a symbol of perfection, abundance, and higher growth, when we focus on the endless loveliness of this flower we are able to open the flow of exotic beauty and prosperity in our lives.

Fresh cut orchids can include dendrobium, mokara, cymbidium, mini cymbidium, phalaenopsis, oncidium, and vanda, but they are not limited to only this.

Last but not least we have the Peony flower which is esteemed to be one of the most exquisite flowers. The peony is a symbol for nobility and value. 

The peony became popular in the imperial palaces during the Sui and Tang dynasties, and earned the title of the "king of flowers." A symbol of spring, it is also used as a metaphor for female beauty and reproduction.

Pictured in full bloom, the peony symbolizes peace. Wholesale Peony flowers come in assorted varieties of white, pink, blush, hot pink, and red peonies. 

Now please keep in mind that there are also Baby Romantica which is an orange yellow peony shaped spray garden roses, blush, coral peach, dark red, white festiva Maxima and many more.

So choose the arrangement of flowers that you wish to make and create harmony, love, prosperity, cheerfulness, and truthfulness for your home and family.

Katherine Banjemin wedding planner and floral specialist, working in South Florida tri-country area, helping brides visions of their wedding flower decorations come true by using wholesale flowers.

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