“A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone.
It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose.
It doesn’t have to.
It is different.
And there’s room in the garden for every flower.”
– Marianne Williamson
Tulips symbolize perfect love.
Their little cupped petals form the universally-known, simple yet beloved flower for every occasion and situation.
Red tulips signify perfectly true love and passion which endures.
Pink tulips depict affection toward family or close friends.
Yellow tulips offer love despite the sentiments in the heart of the receiver. Furthermore, they call for cheerfulness and charity.
White and purple tulips bear regality as well as representing prosperous abundance.
Striking, variegated, or patterned tulips (often known as “Rembrandt Tulips”) bespeak a loved one’s beauty, especially the eyes.
The Victorians hailed this unassuming flower as a flower of kindness and love. All colors and varieties give a sense of forgiveness and charity.
With gratitude to the Turks who had commenced and the Dutch who have maintained the art of cultivating the finest tulip bulbs in the world, these once-wild bulb flowers have blossomed to a status of reigning in nearly every springtime garden. May we be ever blessed with this endearing flower in our lives.
Always cultivate the beautiful life.
Robyn J. Mock