The China Collection
The world's most sought after luxury floral ensembles are now available in a vase near you at surprisingly affordable prices and with an extended array of Gifts! Featuring international brands, sleek designs, clean cuts, and elegant accessories - our chic international ensembles have been thoughtfully crafted to suit urban sensibilities. Gift in style and choose from our vast collection of Flowers, Hampers, Soft Toys, Perfumes etc.
How do i send International Flower Delivery to China?
Flora2000 has transformed International flower delivery to China into a fine and effortless art. With our efficient flowers & gifs delivery services worldwide; you are sure to find the perfect expression of your message to your loved ones. Be it Roses, Lilies, Carnations or Cakes, our gifts are sure to make both the sender and the receiver happy. We make sure the gifts you give reflects what you feel about the receiver.
Deliver Fresh Fragrant Flowers To Your Dearest Ones In China Today
Flower gifting is an important part of Chinese culture and is often featured in the country's art and photography. Not only do flowers have aesthetic value, but they stand as certain symbols too.
In Chinese culture, while some flowers are symbolic of warding off evil spirits, others represent beauty, fame and wealth. Knowing the meaning behind these specific flowers can help you pick and choose a bouquet for a specific purpose.
Let us take a look at some of the flowers that are held dear in Chinese culture, and the messages they intend to send across:
Magnolias: These precious flowers were only allowed to be in the presence of the Chinese kings. In modern symbolism, magnolias stand for beauty.
Peony: Peonies blossom in the springtime, and are said to represent fame and wealth. Red peonies are for those who are valued the most, while white peonies represent wit and youth.
Lily: Lilies can be gifted on two occasions. White & Pink Lilies are specifically gifted to women as Mother’s Day flowers or Woman’s Day flowers. On a more general note, lilies can be given on any occasion where you want to send a soothing and reassuring message to someone.
Orchids: Orchids can be given to married couples because they stand for love and union. They can also stand for wealth and fortune. So, if you want to send flowers to China
for a married couple, then orchids would be a good way to wish them luck.
Roses: Red Roses are the most preferred flowers here for Valentine’s Day or Chinese Valentine’s Day also known as The Qixi Festival.
Brighten someone’s day with beautiful flowers!
Now that you know the importance flowers have in Chinese culture, you can easily send flowers to China from us to show them your love and support. If one of your loved ones lives in China or is settled there, you can send them magnolias or peonies to remind them that they are beautiful, smart and witty in every single way. Magnolias are a great gift to send on birthdays because they assure the receiver that they are precious, unique and absolutely beautiful.
Trying to think about what to give for your loved ones’ wedding anniversary? Use China flower delivery
to gift them a beautiful bouquet of orchids. The sheer effort and thought that will be reflected in your gift will make your message loud and clear - and the flowers' inherent meaning will help, of course - that you wish them a lifetime of joy, prosperity, and happy union. Cannot get better than that, for sure!
Sometimes, painful occasions rise, and sending sympathy & funeral flowers
is a good way to show that although you are not physically present with them, your thoughts and condolences are with them. So, if a loved one is mourning a personal loss, you can extend your love and support through a beautiful and thoughtful bouquet of gorgeous White Lilies.
Send a bouquet through our flower delivery china to assure your loved ones that things will look up for them. Let us help you in sending some positive vibes with our services and spread solidarity.
Birthday Flowers China
Lilies, Roses, Tulips, Daisies and Carnations
Anniversary Flowers to China
Chrysanthemum, Lilies, Orchids, Aster, Carnation, Hydrangea and Calla lilies.
Sympathy Flowers Arrangement to China
White Gladioli, Hydrangeas and roses, Lilies and Chrysanthemums are some of the examples of condolence flowers.
Funeral Flowers China
White Lilies, Chrysanthemums, White Roses, Daisies are considered the appropriate flowers to feature in a Funeral Wreath or a Standing Spray.
- Do not give shoes to your lover - It means you want the person in your relationship to walk away or the relationship is going to ends soon.
- Do not give a wind chime – ‘Wind Chimes’ represents ‘separation’.
- Chinese culture believes in introducing different bamboo types in their boardrooms and meeting rooms for good luck and prosperity.
Chinese New Year 2021
About 20% of countries of the world celebrate Chinese New Year. It is the most important holiday in Chinese tradition. Commonly called as Chunjie or Spring season. This year it will be celebrated on 12th February. Chinese New Year marks the beginning from January 21 to February 20. People pray for good harvest and planting. They also have a tradition to burn crackers, fake paper money and printed gold bars to pay a tribute to their deceased loved ones. Its an auspicious day to arrange a family reunion. Majority of stores are closed during this festival so people prefer to buy uy nian huo (年货), or New Year’s products way in advance. A quick trivia about it is that Sweeping and throwing out garbage isn’t allowed before the 5th. The purpose is to make sure you don’t wash away the good luck.
A harvest festival celebrated by Chinese & Vietnamese people in East Asian communities including China, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam and The Philippines. Traditionally it falls on 15th day of the eight month – a full moon day. In (1045-221 BC), some of the Chinese emperors worshiped moon to bring a vast harvest for the following year and since then it’s a ritual which is carried generations to generations.
Mother's Day Celebration in China
Mother's Day in China falls on the second day of the fourth month of the lunar calendar every year. After the Chinese economic reform in 1979, the Chinese mainland began to embrace this holiday.
Distinguished from other countries, the Chinese people regard Mencius's mother as the paradigm. Mothers would traditionally receive hemerocallis flowers from their sons and daughters on this holiday. But nowadays carnations or forget-me-nots have become alternatives.
The Meng Mu Culture Festival in Taigu, Shangxi Province, was held on May 12, 2013 to celebrate and promote Mother's Day in China. Many a times stamps are launched to begin the ceremony of "感恩母亲"(Thanksgiving Mother)then reading salon of Di Zi Gui (弟子规), a large group dance and a tree planting activity. All the activities would provide you with a delicate feast of a Chinese style Mother's Day.