Tulip is one of the most popular cut flowers in the Dutch living room and very important to the Dutch flower trade. Time to put this product into the spotlight again
There is a legend about the Turkish tulip. The Turkish prince Farhad was in love with a beautiful girl, Shirin. On a bad day, the poor prince hears that Shirin was murdered. Farhad is inconsolable and he threw himself on his horse off a cliff. On the spot where his blood touched the earth began to grow a flower, a beautiful red tulip. This red tulip became a symbol for the perfect love.
Color Symbolism of the Tulip
The red tulip is the symbol for the perfect love. But a purple tulip stands for 'Royal', a yellow cheerfulness and white for forgiveness. A bouquet of tulips in many different colors represents elegance. The tulip is part of the celebration of a marriage 11jarig. Give particularly red tulips, tulips when you look in a red (color of love) you can see the black heart. This black heart is consumed by the fire of passion.