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Rosy Posy Perfume Oil & Solid Perfume

In the Victorian era, flowers were used to convey sentiment and feeling to the recipient. This “language of flowers” was very significant in its prime and people used blossoms to send beautiful messages of love, like, and longing as well as messages of disgust, rejection, and caution. 95 more words

Perfume

- Floriography -

I have always found Floriography, aka language of flowers, very fascinating.

Maybe because of the romantic idea on using flowers to pass on a message, from the amount of flowers to the types of flowers. 83 more words

Sweet Pea - Apple Of My Eye

I nestled the peas carefully into the dark soil.
I gave them food and drink as often as I could remember, then kicked my heels and waited… 96 more words

The symbol of communication

“Since Iris is the Greek goddess for the Messenger of Love, her sacred flower is considered the symbol of communication and messages.”
Hana no Monogatari… 169 more words

The Language of Flowers

Ever heard of the Victorian language of flowers? For centuries, flowers and different plants were used to communicate feelings and thoughts. A meaning was attributed to each flower, and dictionaries were made to describe each plant and each variety’s meaning. 102 more words

Flower Fridays: Bachelor Button

My mom made a sweet book of wildflower specimens (and some tree leaves) when she was a girl growing up in New Jersey. She lovingly placed a different flower or leaf under cellophane on each page of the book and included the common and classification name, the date and where she found it. 482 more words

Poetry & Readings

Three Flowers Blueberry Jam and the Language of Flowers

If there were beauty pageants for food, I believe this recipe would be the beauty queen. The crème de la crème!

Not only lovely to behold, its healing virtues are great. 466 more words

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