Flowers are a classic and well-received gift to celebrate birthdays. Not only are they thoughtful and easy to order at the last minute, but they also brighten up the recipient’s day. At Court Florist in Christchurch, we’ve compiled a list of the top flowers to give on a birthday to help with your gift selection.

  • Roses: These timeless flowers come in a variety of colors and are always a hit. Red roses symbolize love and respect, while yellow roses represent friendship and joy. Pink roses are a gentle and sweet choice, perfect for expressing your love and affection.
  • Lilies: These elegant flowers come in white, pink, and yellow and are associated with renewal and rejuvenation, making them an ideal choice for someone celebrating another year of life.
  • Sunflowers: These vibrant and cheerful flowers symbolize happiness and adoration and are guaranteed to bring a smile to the recipient’s face.
  • Tulips: These versatile flowers are available in a range of colors and arrangements, and are associated with love and affection, making them a great option for a birthday gift.
  • Carnations: These long-lasting flowers are available in various colors, from white to pink to red. Carnations are often associated with love and admiration, making them a thoughtful and well-liked gift.

No matter which flowers you choose, a beautiful bouquet is sure to bring joy and happiness to someone on their special day. So the next time you’re looking for a gift to celebrate a birthday, consider the gift of flowers from Junie Florist with same-day delivery or delivery within a few hours in KL and Petaling Jaya.


Here are some common types of flowers and their meanings:

  1. Roses: Different colors of roses have different meanings. Red roses symbolize love and passion, yellow roses represent friendship and joy, white roses symbolize purity and innocence, pink roses represent gratitude and appreciation, and orange roses symbolize enthusiasm and excitement.
  2. Lilies: Lilies symbolize purity, innocence, and renewal. White lilies are often used in funerals as they represent the restoration of the soul of the deceased.
  3. Sunflowers: Sunflowers symbolize happiness, adoration, and loyalty. They are often associated with the sun and its life-giving qualities.
  4. Tulips: Tulips are associated with love and affection, and are often given as a romantic gesture. Different colors of tulips have different meanings, such as red tulips representing true love, yellow tulips representing friendship, and white tulips representing forgiveness.
  5. Carnations: Carnations symbolize love, fascination, and distinction. Different colors of carnations have different meanings, such as red carnations representing love, pink carnations representing gratitude, and white carnations representing purity.


These are just a few examples, as there are many other types of flowers and their meanings can vary depending on culture and context.


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