Tulip flower is often associated with The Netherland and they were frequently depicted in Dutch Golden Age paintings. The flowers are usually large, showy, and has bright colour, typically red, pink, yellow, or white. Even though Tulip flower is not as popular as rose flower, giving a tulip bouquet to your significant other is still relevant until this day.
Many people think that Tulip flower comes from The Netherland, since this flower often associated with that country. But the fact is that the “Tulip” name itself derived from Persian word for turban, delband. However this is likely due to a bad translation rather than an actual connection since Persian citizens loved to wear Tulips on their turban.
In Turkish, Tulips are called lale (from Persian: “laleh”). This flower was also associated with house of Osman. This is the reason why we can find many Tulip patterns on Turkish tiles, mosques, fabrics, crockery, etc. The era during which the Ottoman Empire was wealthiest is often called the Tulip era or Lale Devri in Turkish. Turkish people also regard Tulip as a paradise on earth. Many religious and secular poems include Tulip in their artwork.
Iranian has a folklore regarding the story of Tulip flower. Iranian believes that when a martyr dies, a red Tulip grows from where he has fallen. This is why the shape of emblem of Iran is chosen to resemble a Tulip, in memory of the people who died for Iran.
Even though Tulip bouquet is not the fanciest gift for your loved one, they still deserve your attention due to symbolism and meanings they have. This flower bouquet is perfect for enduring love between partners or family members. Abundance, prosperity, and indulgence are also several values this flower bouquet can represent.
Many florists provide various colours of Tulip bouquet in their store. If you want to try sending one of these bouquet using flower delivery Singapore service, you should pick the right colour, because each colour represents different meaning.