In honor of Women’s History Month, Birmingham’s best florist Norton’s are taking a deep dive into the favorite flowers of some pretty famous women to see what it reveals about their personality.
Anne Hathaway – Anemones
A talented and beautiful actress, Anne Hathaway’s favorite flower is actually the beautiful and bright anemone. A delicate wildflower which blooms in an assortment of colors, the anemone is loved by gardeners and florists alike. You will find many meanings associated with the anemone flower, too – like purity and peace for white ones, forsaken love for pink ones, and protection from evil spirits for purple ones.
Lily of the Valley
Audrey Hepburn – Lily of the Valley
Symbolizing sweetness, purity, and grace, it’s not surprising that the Lily of the Valley was Audrey Hepburn’s favorite flower. The beautiful, delicate white flowers of the Lily of the Valley blossom into a small bell shape with a pleasant fragrance. Audrey Hepburn herself represents beauty and grace as she was known for her sense of style and admired for her humanitarian work.
Madonna – White Roses
One of the most famous women in the world, Madonna’s favorite flower is the delicate and pristine white rose. She takes her love of white roses on the road with her where she has them waiting for her in her dressing room whenever she performs. The white rose has a lot of different meanings besides the commonly known ones of purity, innocence, and love. For example, white roses also symbolize focus, peace, and happiness. In Greek mythology, the white rose is connected to Adonis, the god of rebirth and renewal.