Kate Perry To Audrey Hepburn: 9 Celebs Favourite Flowers

Kate Perry To Audrey Hepburn: 9 Celebs Favourite Flowers

Victoria Webster

Lifestyle Writer

05/09/2017

It's no surprise to our regulars on The Carousel that we are mad about flowers. But we are certainly not alone.

Here, we take a look at nine celebrities and explore what their favourite flowers are. From Kate Perry’s crush on hydrangeas to Paris Hilton’s love of the inimitable rose, you’ll get to see what your favourite celebrity loves most when it comes to flowers.

  1. Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett has told the media that she always places fresh flowers around her home. Her go-to’s are lilies and roses, although she also loves the smell of freesias.

scarlett johannsson

2.Audrey Hepburn

Audrey’s flower of choice mirrors her personality in many ways. The lily of the valley is a delicate, yet strong and unique flower.

audrey hepburn

3. Jennifer Lopez

J-Lo apparently always opts for white lilies and roses. Apparently she always requests that her dressing room is top to toe with white furniture, candles and flowers.

jennifer lopez

4. Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson loved sunflowers so much that his wife request they be placed on his burial site after his death. Sunflowers represent healing, happiness and peace.

5. Katy Perry

Katy Perry likes to have fresh flowers every day. Her favourites are white and purple hydrangeas as well as pink and white roses or peonies.

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6. Madonna

Although Madonna herself is not known for her purity and innocence, but her favourite flower, the white rose, is.

7. Paris Hilton

Paris is notoriously a fan of all things pink. Her favourite flowers are carnations and roses.

paris hilton

8. Angelina Jolie

The orchid is Angelina Jolies favourite flower. Orchids symbolise luxury, beauty and love, all of which ring true with Angelina.

orchids angelina jolie

  1. Edith Piaf

Edith Piaf loved the chrysanthemum. A flower symblolic of truth.

edith piaf flowers

For more fabulous stories on flowers, check out the Sydney Markets’ flower blogs, here.

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