The green rose signifies many sentiments, including fertility, richness, abundance and bounty, all of which are positive signs of plenty, according to Flower Fresh. There is one negative connotation, however, and that is... More »

A black rose, similar to the color black, symbolizes death; it is most commonly used when referring to the death of a friendship or relationship. A black rose is not truly black, but is actually a dark red. More »

A red rose symbolizes romantic love and passion. Red roses are the ones most often given on Valentine's Day. It also symbolizes the blood of Christians who were martyred for their faith. The red rose is also the emblem o... More »

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Kokopelli is a Native American mythological figure who represents fertility, agriculture, music and dance. He is a trickster god in many stories, giving him a playful, whimsical personality. More »

Diversity in society allows for richness and variety, boosting innovation which leads to economic growth, improving access to jobs, producing culturally vibrant and varied communities and preventing stagnation. Early exp... More »

Frogs have many symbolic meanings including cleansing, healing, renewal, rebirth, fertility, abundance and metamorphosis. The frog is generally associated with the water element and carries the cleansing properties of th... More »

The cornucopia symbolizes plenty and abundance. It originally comes from Greek mythology, supposedly having its origin with the horn of the goat that nourished and fed Zeus when he was still a baby. Zeus accidentally bro... More »