I Can't Decide
Flowers have a language all of their own when delivering your personal messages. All emotions can be expressed when giving flowers without actually having to "say the words".
I Love You, I care, Thankyou, Hello, I'm sorry, Forgive me, I'm thinking of you, Be mine, My thoughts are with you, I'm here, You're wonderful
Using COLOUR to choose
Red - romance, increasing the heart rate
Purple - Love at first sight, peace
Coral/Orange - Desire, energy, stimulation
Yellow - Joy, Friendship, energy, relief from depression
Pink - Gratitude, appreciation,relaxation, soothing, admiration
White - Reverence, Humility
Black - Self confidence, Power, Strength
Blue - Calmness
Using types of FLOWERS to choose
Agapanthus: Secret Love
Azalea: First love, Temperance
Camellia, Red: Unpretending excellence
Camelia, White: Perfect loveliness.
Carnation, Deep Red: Alas! my poor heart grieves.
Carnation, Pink: I'll never forget you
Carnation, Purple: Capriciousness
Carnation, Striped: Sorry I can't be with you
Carnation, White: Innocence.
Carnation, Yellow: Disdain
Chrysanthemum, Red: Love
Chrysanthemum, White: Truth
Daffodil: Regard, You are the only one
Daisy: Purity, innocence.
Day Lily: Coquetry
Gardenia: You are lovely
Geranium, scarlet: Maybe next time.
Gladiolus: Strength of character
Hyacinth, white: Sublime loveliness.
Orchid: A belle
Pansy: Thinking of you.
Rose, Burgundy: Unconscious love
Rose, Deep Red: Bashful
Rose, Pink: Perfect happiness
Rose, Red: Love
Rose, White: I am worthy of you
Rose, Yellow: Decrease of love, Jealousy
Rose, Red & White together: Unity
Stock: Lasting beauty
Tulip, Red: Declaration of love
Flower facts from http://www.centennialflorist.com/flowerfacts.html
BUT, most of all, it doesn't matter what the traditional meaning of the flower is.... it is what you like and/or what the recipient likes that matters.