No, flowers do not have the capacity to understand people’s emotions. Flowers are living organisms, but they lack the complex cognitive and emotional abilities that humans possess. They do not have a nervous system or brain structures necessary for perceiving or comprehending emotions.
However, flowers can evoke emotional responses in people through their beauty, colors, and fragrances. Many people associate specific emotions with certain flowers or use flowers as a means of expressing their feelings to others. For example, red roses are often associated with love and passion, while white lilies are often associated with purity and sympathy. These emotional associations are based on cultural and symbolic meanings that humans have attributed to flowers over time.