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Flower Tattoos

Flower tattoos are some of the most popular forms of body art chosen today. These versatile tattoos can be any size and placed practically anywhere on the body. The beauty, shape and colors of the various flower species make them eye-catching as single design elements or when paired with other elements such as crosses, hearts and waves. Flowers are also regularly featured with fierce animals such as tigers and panthers, adding both softness and an exotic flare. Regardless of whether one is searching for beauty, simplicity or symbolism, flower tattoos are timeless pieces that offer countless design possibilities.

Most Popular Flower Tattoos

Rose Tattoos
Roses are common features in many tattoo designs. They are frequently featured in tattoos symbolizing love but are sometimes incorporated just for their sheer beauty to soften otherwise “hard” or dark designs such as dagger tattoos or grim reaper tattoos. Representative of love, passion and romance, red rose tattoos are the most popular of all flower tattoos.

Daisy Tattoos
Daisy tattoos are representative of both romance and innocence. In nature, the large and colorful Gerbera Daisy is a perennial favorite due to its bold colors and striking appearance.

Lily Tattoos
Depending on the type of lily in the tattoo design, lilies can have many different meanings. White calla lilies symbolize elegance, beauty, grace and sophistication while also representing fertility. Bright orange tiger lilies represent pride and add an exotic touch to many white tiger tattoo designs.

Chrysanthemum Tattoos
Originating in China, the chrysanthemum finds its way into many oriental tattoo designs. Representing loyalty and promise, these flowers are commonly drawn in waves of water with their petals unfolding. Red chrysanthemums are known to symbolize love while white chrysanthemums are associated with truth. This unique flower is the national flower of Japan and was named after the Greek word meaning “gold flower.”

Sunflower Tattoos
Quite simply, sunflower tattoos represent all that is beautiful about the sun: its warmth, color and shape. They are known to symbolize infatuation due to the sunflower’s tendency to follow the sun. In China, sunflowers represent longevity.

Vine Tattoos
Vine tattoos are popular body art selections for many reasons. They are perfect for positioning up legs, or around arms and ankles, and along the lower abdominal and lower back areas. Many vine tattoo designs feature flowering blooms for bursts of color and, many times, also include flower-loving birds and insects such as hummingbirds, butterflies and ladybugs.

Birth Month Flower Tattoos
Many tattoo seekers choose flower tattoos representing the month of which they were born. Here is a list of the twelve calendar months and the flower tattoos associated with each:

January: Carnation flower tattoos
February: Iris flower tattoos
March: Daffodil flower tattoos
April: Daisy Flower Tattoos (also Sweet Pea Flower Tattoos)
May: Lily-of-the-Valley Flower Tattoos
June: Rose Flower Tattoos
July: Larkspur Flower Tattoos
August: Gladiola Flower Tattoos
September: Aster Flower Tattoos
October: Marigold (or “Calendula”) Flower Tattoos
November: Chrysanthemum Flower Tattoos
December: Narcissus Flower Tattoos

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