THE "FLOWER CODE"..... 'CUZ THE FLOWERS YOU SEND MEAN SOMETHING
Thinking of buying flowers for the significant other this Valentine's Day? Be sure you know your "flower code" - the ruling that Victorians made to come up with a secret language for what different flowers mean.
Roses? Be sure you know one thing - color matters. Yellow roses mean "let's just be friends".
Pink, yellow and red tulips are actually more romantic meanings to send to your loved one than roses.
Orchids take it up another notch - some have meanings that should come with an "R" rating.