Tulips became popular garden plants in the east and west, but, whereas the tulip in Turkish culture was a symbol of paradise on earth and had almost a divine status, in the Netherlands it represented the briefness of life.
In Christianity, tulips symbolise passion, belief and love. White tulips represent forgiveness while purple
Rose flowers have been a symbol of male admiration for female beauty for centuries. The ancient Greeks considered roses to be a symbol of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and Sappho, the most popular poetess of ancient Greece, called the rose the queen of flowers and this nickname of the rose has remained to this day.Flowers 24.01.2024