Gorgeous meanings☆points to give peonies as gifts

Gorgeous meanings☆points to give peonies as gifts

What do you come up with when you hear peonies? Beautiful? Japanese style?

They have a wide variety of kinds. For example, types of their flowers are a single, eightfold, thousand-fold, ten-thousand-fold and colors are red, deep pink, normal pink, purple, white, and yellow. Each kind has a different Japanese name associated to flower meanings and images about them. I have gift ideas with each name and meaning for both women and men.



Gorgeous meanings☆points to give peonies as gifts

 

Peonies including the king as their name for men who have “regal presence”


Peonies have meanings of “regal presence,” “wealth and fame,” “nobility,” “splendor,” and “shyness.”

Although some people might expect feminine meanings, there are manly meanings. Because they show “a king,” “wealth,” and “majesty,” they have been popular as motifs of artworks and pottery for nobles, artists, and warriors who want to succeed.

There are red thousand-fold peonies called “the flower king,” large whiter peonies called “white king of dragons,” and peonies having beautiful light and shades called “golden king of flowers.” All are best matched with the meaning of the king and good to give bosses or co-workers or elder people for celebrations.

 

Peonies including the gold as their name for people who work hard to be successful in their jobs like “wealth and fame”


“Standing style is as grass peony, sitting as peony, walking style is lily,” is Japanese proverb to show a woman’s beauty. The flowers are examples of the prettiest flowers. Roses are also one of the most beautiful flowers, but they are too gorgeous to refer Japanese women. Peonies are sharp elegant and showing Japanese sense of beauty well.

For the flower meaning of “wealth and fame,” there are yellow and orange peonies each named “golden temple,” “golden daylight,” “golden bird,” and “golden king.” I recommend these as a gift for people who work hard to raise their positions in their jobs or begin a new job.

 

Peonies including the high class words as their name for “noble” women


There was a famous TV drama about two women as a rose and peony in Japan. Some people remember it by peonies and it is a story about sisters who live their life in their dramatic destinies. The elder sister called peony is a traditional Japanese woman who is modest but strong compared to the younger sister who is luxurious and selfish.

There are white and pale pink peonies named “the lady” and light cream peonies named “marchioness.” These are good for a wife’s birthday or anniversary or maybe you can give as Mother’s day gift not usual carnations.

 

Peonies including the princess as their name for “splendor” and gorgeous women


The word of “splendor” is suited to pale pink peonies each named “the god’s princess,” “the princess of Sabo,” “the princess of Echiogo,” and “the princess of stars.” These could be wonderful presents.

No woman hates to be called princess. For a girlfriend or sisters, they would be glad to get the flowers.

 

Peonies including snow or white as their names for women who have shyness


The county of the origin is China. They were translated to Japan during the Nara period and the Heian period and have been loved by Japanese people for a long time. They can be used as medicines. The scientific name, “Paeonia suffruticosa” came from the Greek god, “Paeon.”

Peonies having soft flowers named “daybreak’s snow,” cream peonies named “Komachi white,” quietly beautiful peonies named “light make-up,” and “pale pink peonies named “cherry blossom girl” are my recommendations.

 

I think these are good for a girl who you like or a woman with Japanese traditional beauty. Maybe it is a wonderful idea to confess your love to the girl with the flowers like a love letter.

Their roots are called peony’s skin and used in Asian herbal medication to relieve troubles of blood circulation and menstruation, feminine diseases, and pains. They are not only beautiful but also useful for people.

How about give peonies deeply loved by a lot of people with love?

 

Summary

Gorgeous meanings☆points to give peonies as gifts

Peonies including the king as their name for men who have “regal presence”
Peonies including the gold as their name for people who work hard to be successful in
their jobs like “wealth and fame”
Peonies including the high class words as their name for “noble” women
Peonies including the princess as their name for “splendor” and gorgeous women
Peonies including snow or white as their names for women who have shyness