Petite pink hibiscus pop up card is a charming little note card. Keep a few around for quick notes, thank you cards, get well, gift cards. Prized in cultures around the world, dramatic pink hibiscus flowers may symbolize youth, beauty, success, glory, or femininity.
Petite pink hibiscus Message:
- Hope can be ignited by a spark of encouragement.
- When words escape, flowers speak.
- Earth laughs in flowers.
- Sisters are different flowers from the same garden.
- Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle. ~Plato
- You had me at Aloha.
- Flower of summer, the beautiful hibiscus, Pride of Hawaii
- Every flower blooms at a different pace.
- Aloha vibes only.
- Hibiscus flowers dance in the warm summer breeze.
- Keep calm and paint your room pink.
- Have a blessed Monday.
- I can’t thank you enough.
- I owe you one.
- I will be forever grateful.
- I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
- Thinking of you with love.
- Aloha Friday.
See our larger version, Hot Pink Hibiscus pop up card.
Did you know? Pink hibiscus are an edible delicacy.
In many parts of the world, blooms from the hibiscus commonly known as roselle (H. sabdariffa) are used to make a hot or cold tea. In West Africa, the red, tart drink is known as bissap. It’s called aqua de jamaica in Mexico and Central America, sorrel in the Caribbean, orhul in India, karkade in Egypt, and gul e khatmi in Iran.
Cambodians steep flowers in hot water, add sugar and lime juice and serve the beverage over ice. In Mexico, dried flowers are considered an edible delicacy. In the Philippines, hibiscus is used to make vegetable dishes taste tart. Hibiscus is the main ingredient in Red Zinger tea.
Pink hibiscus blossoms often symbolize friendship and familial love. Giving someone a pink hibiscus flower is a way to express that you care about them.
Also see: Hot Pink Hibiscus.