Flowers in Greek mythology have various symbols behind their existence. It’s no surprise that so many myths had thrived around them. From love, passion, to purity, flowers have been used to symbolize something in many tales. Particularly, both Roman and Greek mythology exploits flowers frequently because of their ancient gods’ habit bequeathed to people.
As time goes by, these myths are still alive in modern flowers until now. Each flower has associated with various myths. For instance, Eros who is believed as God of Love Cupid is portrayed to always bringing roses. Thus, we remain using the rose as a symbol of love.
Anyone may see flower bouquets as a gift is a sign of affection, gratitude, or accomplishment. However, there is probably more than that. Below, you’ll know the floral myth in detail and the symbolism of each flower you received.