You distribute flowers to others: an event of separation may occur
Traditional symbol for emotions (“Say it with flowers”). Beauty and fertility. Growing and fading away, like life. Expectations of and hope for love and relationships. Important is the type and the color of the flower. Red roses point to sexual love, white roses and other flowers point to innocence, blue flowers to the strength of the soul and emotions. Snowdrops point to overcoming the cold of winter, asters to autumn and death. Picking flowers is considered a symbol of sexual experience.
In the Middle Ages, flowers with broken stems meant sexual intercourse. In India, in dream interpretations, the flower is the symbol of the highest pleasure. In Freud’s dream interpretations, the flower is dealt with extensively and symbolizes women, tenderness, female genitals and genitals in general, as in Blossoms (see Anais Nin’s The Delta of Venus).
According to C. G. Jung, flowers represent emotions / feelings.
2. Beauty and innocence.
3. Female sexuality.
4. Sadness (white ﬂowers).
5. Disappointment (wilted).
6. Respect and admiration (bouquet).
Dreams of flowers represents beauty and that you are accentuating the positive, and ceremonializing or ritualizing life’s passages.
If you are gathering flowers, then this is an indication of prosperity. Consider the metaphor of the process of a seed being planted, taking root beneath the soil, shooting up through the ground and blossoming into a flower is quite a symbolic journey and expression of life. Each flower has a specific significance.
To dream of seeing flowers blooming in gardens, signifies pleasure and gain, if bright-hued and fresh; white denotes sadness. Withered and dead flowers, signify disappointments and gloomy situations.
For a young woman to receive a bouquet of mixed flowers, foretells that she will have many admirers.
To see flowers blooming in barren soil without vestage of foliage, foretells you will have some grievous experience, but your energy and cheerfulness will enable you to climb through these to prominence and happiness. ``Held in slumber’s soft embrace, She enters realms of flowery grace, Where tender love and fond caress, Bids her awake to happiness.’’ See Bouquet.