FLOWER in sign language

Printable ASL sign for FLOWER

ASL signs for "flower"

How do you say "flower" in American Sign Language?

Meaning: The part of a seed plant that normally bears reproductive organs.

Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant flat "O" with its fingers and thumb in contact with the side of the nose moves from that side to the other side of the nose once.


Related signs: In kindergarten, your crush gave you a drawing of DAISY. In high school, your date gave you a ROSE. On your wedding day, you threw a BOUQUET of flowers which accidentally got stuck in the ceiling fan. At Christmas, your new neighbor surprised you with a WREATH on your door. On your 5th anniversary, your spouse gifted you a FLOWERPOT. Then on your 10th anniversary, s/he planted a SUNFLOWER in your backyard. On your daughter's Indian wedding day, they gave you a GARLAND to wear. You threw up your hands, "No more plants." In your burial, you grow a PLANT.


Fingerspell "petunia".


Fingerspell "phlox".

Brighten Your Day

"Wildflowers" sketch from Visual Art Journal sketchbook by Jolanta Lpaiak, 2020.
Written ASL

[Note: ASL writing is not an official standard. This sign language writing remains in a state of open space to allow room for experiment, evolution, and improvement.]

ASL written for FLOWER

Written ASL digit for "FLOWER" contributed by Todd Hicks in the ASLwrite community, 2017.

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