Flowers are the good way to show your love and good will. It is good idea to send rose emoji or any other flower symbol to your friends in Skype chat or Outlook email. Similarly, you can insert a bouquet of flowers symbol in PowerPoint when presenting to audience. Fortunately, you don’t need to Google search for finding a flower image to insert in chat, email or documents. You can use alt code shortcuts to insert flower symbols in Windows, Mac and HTML documents easily.
Alt Code Keyboard Shortcuts for Flower Symbols
Here is a list of alt code shortcuts for flower symbols in various forms. There are very less Unicode symbols available for inserting flower symbols in Office documents. So we have combined few other symbols that looks like a flower to make a complete list of keyboard shortcuts.
|Flower Symbol||Description||Decimal||Hex Code|
|⚜||Fleur-De-Lis||Alt + 9884||269C|
|⚘||Flower||Alt + 9880||2698|
|☘||Shamrock||Alt + 9752||2618|
|⁕||Flower Punctuation Mark||Alt + 8277||2055|
|🥀||Wilted Flower||Alt + 129344||1F940|
|💮||White Flower||Alt + 128174||1F4AE|
|💐||Bouquet||Alt + 128144||1F490|
|🏶||Black Rosette||Alt + 127990||1F3F6|
|🏵||White Rosette||Alt + 127989||1F3F5|
|🎴||Flower Playing Card||Alt + 127924||1F3B4|
|🎕||Bouquet Of Flowers||Alt + 127893||1F395|
|🍀||Clover||Alt + 127808||1F340|
|🌼||Daisy||Alt + 127804||1F33C|
|🌻||Sunflower||Alt + 127803||1F33B|
|🌺||Hibiscus||Alt + 127802||1F33A|
|🌹||Rose||Alt + 127801||1F339|
|🌸||Cherry Blossom||Alt + 127800||1F338|
|🌷||Tulip||Alt + 127799||1F337|
|❉||Eight Balloon Spoked Asterisk||Alt + 10057||2749|
|❈||Heavy Sparkle||Alt + 10056||2748|
|❇||Sparkle||Alt + 10055||2747|
|❃||Pinwheel Asterisk||Alt + 10051||2743|
|❁||Eight Petalled Black Florette||Alt + 10049||2741|
|❀||White Florette||Alt + 10048||2740|
|✿||Black Florette||Alt + 10047||273F|
|✾||Six Petalled Black And White Florette||Alt + 10046||273E|
|✽||Heavy Asterisk||Alt + 10045||273D|
|✼||Open Center Asterisk||Alt + 10044||273C|
|✻||Teardrop Spoked Asterisk||Alt + 10043||273B|
|✺||Sixteen Point Asterisk||Alt + 10042||273A|
|✥||Eight Club Spoked Asterisk||Alt + 10021||2725|
|✤||Four Balloon Spoked Asterisk||Alt + 10020||2724|
How to Type Flower Symbols?
You can type flower emoji and symbols in Windows, Mac and HTML documents using these shortcuts.
In Windows Documents
- In Windows documents like Word and PowerPoint, you can use decimal values along with alt key and number keys on the number pad. For example, alt + 127801 will produce rose symbol like 🌹. This works on all Windows based apps, however you need to type the numbers using numeric keypad.
- In addition, you can use hex code on Word documents along with alt + x keys. For example, type 1F337 then press alt and x keys to type tulip flower emoji symbol like 🌷. Other example of using hexadecimal code is 1F33B + alt + x keys will produce sunflower emoji like 🌻. This works only on Microsoft Word documents and you can use regular number keys on your keyboard.
- If the above shortcuts are not working for you then position the cursor on the document where you want to insert flower emoji. Press “Win + Dot” or “Win + Semicolon” keys to open emoji keyboard. Type “flower” and filter the relevant flower symbols. Click on the emoji to insert the flower emoji in your document.
In Mac Documents
- In Mac based documents like Pages and Keynote, you can use the hex code with option key. For example, option + 2698 will produce flower symbol like ⚘. However, this will only work for the 4 digits hex codes and you should change the keyboard layout to Unicode Hex Input method.
- Alternatively, press “Control + Command + Space bar” keys to open Character Viewer app. In this app, you can search and filter flower symbols to insert in your documents.
In HTML Documents
It is also possible to use alt code shortcuts in HTML as escape entities.
- Use the decimal code with the prefix &# like &# 129344; and hex code with the prefix &#x like &#x 1F940 ; (without any spaces) in your HTML documents to insert flower symbols.
Facebook and Twitter
You can insert flower symbols in your Facebook posts and Twitter tweets using alt code or option code depending upon whether you use Windows or Mac. However, the display on Facebook and Twitter will vary as these apps have their own character encoding of Unicode emoji symbols. Below is an example of Rose emoji symbol in different platforms.
Formatting Flower Symbols
The advantage of using keyboard shortcut or emoji symbol is that these symbols are similar to any text content in your document. This essentially means you can format the symbols by changing colors and font size. Unlike inserting images, formatting will not change when viewed on other devices. However, you can only change the size of the solid emoji flower symbols and can’t change the colors.
Below are some of the examples of different flower symbols in different sizes. You can try in your documents by changing the color and size wherever you can.
Image for Sharing and Reference
You can right click on the below flower images to copy the image address and share anywhere on the web including Facebook and Twitter.
You can also download the below image showing all alt codes shortcuts of flower symbols and use it as an offline reference.