The Shamrock, the symbol of Ireland presented by Hugs the Hospice Leprechaun! Known for protecting pots of gold, gliding down rainbows, and creating some mischief we are hoping that “Hugs” will be out in force wishing family, friends a cheery & safe St. Patricks Day at home and across the miles.
The Camellia symbolizes love, affection, and admiration. It can also represent long lasting love and devotion.
The Daisy symbolizes purity and innocence, one that swears a loyalty to love and a commitment. It is also symbolic of childbirth, motherhood, and new beginnings.
The Gardenia is symbolic of rooting ourselves in friendship or of new and promising friendships.
The Lily symbolizes grace, purity and heaven, majesty and honour.
The Red Rose symbolizes the expression of romantic love.
The Sunflower symbolizes happiness, joy, strength and positivity.
The Tulip symbolizes a perfect and deep love. As it is one of the first flowers of spring it can also symbolize rebirth.
A symbol of innocence and purity, as well as elegance and reverence.
A symbol of friendship and new beginnings.
A symbol of femininity, grace, and joy.
A symbol for beauty, good intentions, and the purity of soul.