Gerbera Bouquets

Gerbera is a flower full of joy and energy, celebrating life, beauty and closeness to nature. Its petals open radial and remind of a sincere smile of a child, two of the symbols of white Gerbera being purity and truth. Yellow Gerbera flowers were considered to be devoted to the sun, meaning life, optimism and understanding. Red Gerbera carry the feelings of love and the pink ones signify admiration, adoration and honor. A bouquet of Gerbera is offered when you want to cheer and encourage a dear person, these flowers being able to eliminate stress.
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Gerbera Bouquets Home Delivery

No other flower is happier and more optimistic than Gerbera and a bouquet of such wonders will soon brighten the day of the one that will receive it, causing a broad and bright smile of gratitude.The bouquets of bright colored Gerberas are immediately noticed by their sincere joy and energy that they spread, being likened to the happy faces of children. Gerbera symbolizes friendship, truth and gratitude, celebrating the life and beauty, and when you want to send a special arrangement to cheer up a loved one you can choose an impressive and intense bouquet of Gerberas. They are carefully placed by experienced florists in arrangements of various sizes and shapes, and can be ordered to express great affection and sincere congratulations for loved ones, or to strengthen professional relationships.

Gerbera is a plant found in tropical regions, and in ancient Egypt was assigned to the sun god, especially the yellow one, due to its petals that open radially, reminding of the sun rays. In the Victorian era it was offered to wish happiness and luck. The name comes from the German botanist Traugott Gerber, who discovered them growing in South Africa and provided the first scientific description of these plants. Apart from yellow Gerbera that symbolizes joviality and the red one that has the traditional interpretation of love and passion, white Gerbera signifies purity and innocence. When you receive a bouquet of pink Gerbera it means that the person admires and appreciates you.
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