Chinese New Years Flowers

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25 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase - Please note vase is not included 7 Colours
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Red 001 - Extraordinary in a Large Mayfair Blanc Vase

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Red Stiletto Anthurium 6 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase - Please note vase is not included 9 Colours
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50 Stems in a Wickstead Pot 2 Colours
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50 Stems in a Wide Apothecary Vase 6 Colours
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Crimson Tide Gerbera Daisy 6 Colours
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50 Pink Sweet Avalanche Roses in a Medium Apothecary Vase - Vase is an optional add on

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Classic Orchid Plant in a Glazed Emerald Pot

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Alpine White Mini Orchid Planter

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Electric White Orchid - Large in a Large White Ceramic Pot

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Daybreak Anthurium 6 Colours
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20 Stems in a Royal Windsor Vase - Please note vase is not included 9 Colours
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100 Red Naomi Roses in a Large Apothecary Vase - Vase is an optional add on

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Victorian Pink RoseLily 10 Stems in a Large Mayfair Blanc Vase 2 Colours
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50 Stems in a Medium Curve Windsor Vase 3 Colours
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50 stems in a Medium Curve Windsor 3 Colours
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Are flowers an appropriate gift for Chinese New Year?

Yes! Sending flowers for Chinese New Year is a great way to symbolise the renewal of life and fresh start represented by the occasion. As a rule, white or black flowers should be avoided as gifts on Chinese New Year, as they can be seen to represent death. However, the white narcissus makes a great gift for Chinese New Year, due to its association with good luck.

What are lucky Chinese flowers?

The luckiest and most auspicious flowers for Chinese New Year include the below:
Chrysanthemums
Peonies
Peach Blossoms
Plum Blossom
Narcissus
Flamingo Flower
Anthuriums

What colour flowers are for Chinese New Year?

The colour of flowers that symbolise Chinese New Year is primarily red, as well as pink and purple. This is because red flowers are synonymous with prosperity, wealth, and fortune – all key aspects of the Lunar New Year celebrations. Pink and purple flowers mirror this same sentiment, bringing good luck to those that place them in their homes or are gifted them.

What is an unlucky colour in China?

The colours that are said to be unlucky in China, and best avoided when planning a gift of flowers for Chinese New Year are:
Black flowers - represent evil and sadness, as well as bad luck, irregularity, and illegality.
Green flowers - the shade is associated with infidelity.
Yellow flowers - symbolise the colour of mourning for Chinese Buddhists, and is regularly said to be unlucky in Chinese culture.
However, the yellow chrysanthemum is a sign of good luck and is often associated with the Chinese New Year.