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What flower stands for friendship?

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There are actually many flowers that symbolize friendship. The color yellow is often used as a symbol of friendship when giving flowers, regardless of the type of flower given. Possibly the most popular option for a flower to show friendship is the yellow rose.

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However, there are other types of flowers that can be given to signify different meanings of friendship. An example of this would be the iris symbolizing a friendship that is cherished. Giving someone a daisy could denote loyalty to that person. Other flowers given to show friendship include the hydrangea, freesia, red carnations and the chrysanthemum.

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