Wildflower seeds symbolise the beauty and resilience of nature. While everyone knows that red roses signify love, few may realise that an entire language of flowers exists with every bloom.
Delve deeper into the language of flowers this valentines day.
Here's to a Valentine's Day filled with love, growth, and the promise of a beautiful tomorrow.
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Plants and flowers have been imbued with meaning and symbolism throughout history.
In the early 19th Century, the romantic early Victorians created a unique language, ‘Language of Flowers’ enabling people to communicate with wildflowers, by which friends and lovers could send messages without saying a single word. They carefully planned every bouquet and posy so as to deliver a desired message.
For example, everyone knows that a single red rose means ‘I love you', but how many of us know that the gift of a simple Yarrow means ‘everlasting love’ or that a daisy indicates purity? Even the humble Dandelion was assigned connotations of faithfulness and happiness.
Delve deeper into the language of flowers this valentines day