Basic Color Therapy Learn About Flower Therapy Colors & Meanings and how they work in Flower Therapy.
Colors play a very important part in Flower Therapy. A simple color wheel can give one the basic idea of how the colors in flowers work with the human psyche. Colors that Bring Harmony: These are the colors that are next to one another on the color when. An example would be green and blue, or red and orange.
Contrasting Colors: Red and green, or yellow and violet.
Conflicting Colors: These are colors that are widely separated on the color wheel such as violet and orange. Basically these colors will clash but they can add energy and excitement in moderation.
Blue Color Flower Therapy: Blue brings peacefulness and harmony depending on the shade used. Blue is a symbol of truth, spirituality, wisdom, creativity, loyalty, and eternity. Light blue is a symbol of serenity than a darker blue. Orange Color Flower Therapy: Orange can symbolize health and energy. If someone is ill you may wish to offer them orange flowers. Feeling a little low on energy? Clip some orange flowers for yourself and add them to your bedroom, or bathroom.
Red Color Flower Therapy: Red symbolizes love, passion, power, and courage. If you want to show someone you love them send red roses. If you need some courage in your life try clipping some red flowers for yourself!
Green Color Flower Therapy: Green is the color of nature, hope, strength, wisdom, wealth, knowledge, serenity, independence and longevity. Bring as much greenery as you can into your home and office space. Green calms the psyche and acts as a neutral in Flower Therapy. Each bouquet should have some greenery to it. If you are studying for a test add a lot of green to your study area.
Yellow Color Flower Therapy: Similar to orange, yellow gives out a tremendous amount of energy. It also brings a wealth of happiness to the giver and receiver of the flowers. Yellow flowers offer wisdom, and increase your motivation. If you want to be happier add a few yellow flowers to your life!
Pink Color Flower Therapy: Pink brings hope into the flower arrangement. Are you hopeful for something? Pink can also calm an angry person down. Bring pink flowers to someone who is mad at you. Pink is also the color of protection. If you want to protect someone send them pink flowers.
Purple Color Flower Therapy: Purple flowers increase self-esteem. If you have not been taking care of yourself lately then get some purple flowers for yourself. These will remind you to take better care of yourself. This flower therapy color also works on others who are not taking care of themselves and suffer from low-self-esteem. The color purple also lowers blood pressure.
White Color Flower Therapy: This color is a symbol of purity and hope. It can also be a symbol for enlightenment and spirituality. If you are having a hard time getting your point across to someone send them some white flowers to enlighten them!