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How to choose Lunar New Year Flowers

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Flowers play an important role in lunar new year celebrations. They are now only used for decorative purposes but also form part of the gifting culture along with baskets of fruits and red pockets. There are a myriad of flowers that can be gifted that hold different symbolic meanings. 

This guide will help you choose the perfect flowers to use this Lunar New Year. 

Anthuriums

Anthurium plants often come in the colour red, a symbol for good fortune and prosperity throughout the year in Asian cultures. Having these beautiful plants around a home makes it a favourite for the home. Anthuriums don’t just symbolise fortune, they help keep the air in your home clean as it filters out toxins such as ammonia, formaldehyde, and xylene from the air which is a fortunate benefit. If you’re looking to send an anthurium to a friend or family member, our Wealth plant is available for delivery. 

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Orchids

Due to their elegance and delicacy, orchids are a common sight on Lunar New Year as they represent wealth and sophistication. They can also symbolise love, unity, and fertility and so make the perfect gift to newlyweds or young married couples. If you’re looking to send someone our New Beginnings phalaenopsis (moth orchid) pot plant for a loved one to keep in their home.

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Red flowers

Red is a popular colour in Chinese culture, symbolising luck, joy, and happiness. It also represents celebration, vitality, and fertility. Our Lunar New Year flower collection features a range of bouquets and arrangements that feature red flowers for you to send good fortune to a loved one. We have a range of flowers to suit the taste of your recipient such as red roses, gerberas, anthuriums and viburnum. Order a Lunar New Year flower gift today.

With the various meanings each flower has, there are suitable flowers for each of your family members and friends that you can gift. Let us know which flowers you chose for each person by tagging us on Facebook or Instagram using the #InterfloraAU hashtag.

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