The color of tulip is very bright, there are passionate and unrestrained red, red like fire; there are lively and beautiful yellow, yellow like gold; there are red and yellow orange, just like a flame... Colorful tulip demon but not colorful, beautiful but not beautiful, always so elegant, so solemn, different colors of Tulip also represent different meanings, there are representatives of love and blessing Purity and eternity. So, what are the flower languages of tulips? What is the story of tulip?
Tulip, which belongs to tulip of Liliaceae, is the national flower of Holland. The people of Holland regard Wednesday, which is closest to May 15, as the national annual tulip festival. There are also poems with tulip as the title. In addition, the fan group of female singer Yu Kewei also takes this name. In European and American novels and poems, tulips are also regarded as symbols of victory and beauty, as well as beauty and elegance. Tulip is a symbol of victory and beauty, but also represents a pure friendship and eternal blessing.
What does tulip represent -- love, charity, reputation, beauty, blessing, eternity, expression of love, eternal blessing. What is the moral of tulip? Tulips of different colors have different meanings
Tulips of different colors have different meanings
Red tulip: warm love
Pink tulip represents beauty, love, happiness and eternal love
Yellow tulip represents: cheerful, noble, precious, wealth, desperate love, rejection, sunshine in your smile, sympathy for hopeless love
White tulip represents pure, pure and high love
Black Tulip: unique leader power
Purple tulip represents endless love, favorite and eternal love
Tulip on the plateau: proud, standing, creating beauty, creating beauty
Two color tulip represents: beautiful you, happy to meet
Feather tulip represents: love
The representative of wild tulip: chastity
Tulip flower language: fraternity, consideration, elegance, wealth, ability, intelligence, love, charity, reputation, beauty, blessing, eternity, expression of love, eternal blessing.
Legend and allusion of tulip:
In ancient Europe, there was a beautiful girl who was adored and pursued by three handsome knights at the same time. One gave her a crown, another a sword, and the last a gold. The girl was very worried and did not know how to choose. Because the three men were so excellent, she had to ask Huashen for help. Huashen turned her into tulip, crown into flower bud, sword into leaf, gold into bulb. So she accepted the love of the three knights at the same time, and tulip became the embodiment of love. Because the crown represents an extremely noble position, and the sword is a symbol of power, and owning gold has wealth, so in ancient Europe only aristocrats were qualified to plant tulips.
Story 1: during the Second World War, there was a winter famine in Holland. Many hungry people ate tulip bulbs and lived on them. The Dutch people are grateful for tulip's help, so they take tulip as the national flower.
Allusion 2: in ancient Roman mythology, tulip is the daughter of Blatter. In order to escape the wishful love of belznu, the God of autumn, she asked Dinah, the God of chastity, to turn herself into tulip. So, wild tulip has a meaning of chastity. Of course, tulips of different colors have different meanings.