Buttercups early Learning Centre in Perth

The buttercup grows wild around the world along roads with sunny yellow blooms in mid-summer. It is often found growing alongside daisies and is a favorite among children. Holding the buttercup beneath the chin and observing the reflection of gold is thought to determine how well you like butter.

What Does the Buttercup Flower Mean?

The buttercup flower is more than a child’s flower and has symbolism of its own. Under normal circumstances, the buttercup means:

  • Humility
  • Neatness
  • Childishness
  • “Your charm dazzles me.”