Hydrangeas are very popular both as cut flowers and plants for the garden because of their big, beautiful blooms. The name comes from the constant moisture required to keep the flowers happy, healthy and blooming. In Japan, they are said to be a sign of apology or gratitude because an emperor gave them as apologies to his maidens. Reflecting nature’s true and calming hue, green flowers are mainly associated with good fortune, prosperity, health and resilience. They send a message of hope and shows the recipient a hope that everything will be alright.