The Tulip flower is the national flower of Iran and Turkey. The European name for the flower is a misuse of the persian word for turban, a mistake probably originating in the common Turkish custom of wearing flowers in the folds of the turban. Alternatively, the misuse may have arisen because this eastern flower, when not yet in full bloom, resembles a turban.
- Meaning from The Mystical “Language of Flowers” From the Elizabethan Era (Victorian Era) When the meaning of flowers flourished into a form of communication.
- Red: Declare your love
- Yellow: Hopelessly & Utterly
- Meaning from The First widely accepted book of flowers Meanings Le Language Des Fleurs which was published in 1819 by Charlotte De Latour
- General: Perfect love
- Red: Believe me, declaration of love
- Variegated: Beautiful eyes
- Yellow: There’s sunshine in your smile, hopeless love