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Top 5 Most Popular Mother's Day Flowers

Top 5 Most Popular Mother's Day Flowers

posted: 2022-05-09 12:00:00 +0800

Honoring the mother of the family or individual, Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and the American government officially established the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day as a U.S. holiday in 1914.  In the past Mother's Day, we received a large number of flower orders, among which the 5 most popular Mother's Day flowers are carnations, roses, tulips, gerbera daisies and orchids.

Related: Mother’s Day Flower Gifts


Carnations were first made part of the Mother’s Day tradition by Mother’s Day founder, Anna Jarvis, since carnations were her mother’s favorite flower. So to this day, carnations are the most classic and popular Mother's Day flowers.

Related: Interesting Facts about Carnations | Why do We Send Carnation Flower to Our Mothers on Mother’s Day?

Mother's Day Flower Shop Bouquet


The elegant, fragrant, and luxurious roses have long been the symbol of romantic love but have also become increasingly popular as Mother’s Day flowers in recent years. In fact, historically roses have already been symbolically linked to motherhood as in ancient Greece, roses were thought to be sacred to the goddess Isis (the ideal mother) and Aphrodite (the goddess of love and beauty). And during the Middle Ages, the rose was seen as the queen of flowers and the symbol of the Virgin Mary.

With a bounty of colors, roses can symbolize so many things from passion (red roses) to royalty (purple roses), and even friendship (yellow roses). Therefore, white roses and pink roses are perfect for Mother’s Day, representing purity and gratitude.

Mother's Day Special Rose Flower Box


Let’s think of tulips, did a huge colorful flower field in the Netherlands just pop out in your mind? Tulips enjoyed extraordinary popularity in the Netherlands in the 17th century so that some bulbs fetched unbelievable prices.

Just like other flowers, tulips have many of meanings - and each differs depending on the color, for example, purple represents royalty, red is for romantic love and pink represents affection. As for its contemporary appeal for Mother’s Day, this mostly lies in its elegance and grace. Actually, traditionally seen as the floral herald of spring and new life, tulips do seem particularly apt for new mothers, which make them perfect for a husband to his wife or childcare institutions for clients.

Gerbera Daisies

Gerbera Daisies always represent cheerfulness, brightness, and joy and they are a sure choice for a Mother’s Day bouquet if your mom tends to radiate happiness. Gerbera Daisies are known for their robust flowering heads that closely resemble sunflowers and bright color variations wherever they are.