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February 5: Marsh Mallow

Unmarried. Consumed by Love. Delicate Beauty. Beneficence. Mildness. Persuasion. All these are sentiments attributed to the flower of the day, Marsh Mallow.

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Language of Love in Flowers

With Valentines around the corner we thought it would be nice to celebrate the two things we can’t imagine the world without; Love and Flowers… 81 more words

Bridal

February 4: Pansy

The sweet Pansy is the flower for February 4. In the language of flowers, Pansy signifies: “I think of thee. Thoughts. Thoughtful recollection.”

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February 3: Saffron

Saffron is the flower of the day for February 3. In the language of flowers, it connotes “Beware! Beware of excess. Mirth. My happiest days are past.” 194 more words

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February 2: Yellow Rose

The flower of the day is the Yellow Rose. In the language of flowers, it signifies “Infidelity. Decrease of love. Jealousy. Infidelity. Apology. A broken heart. 87 more words

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February 1: Sweet Pea

We welcome the month of February with today’s flower, Sweet Pea. In the language of flowers, the Sweet Pea connotes “Delicacy. Delicate pleasures. Departure. Blissful pleasure. 141 more words

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January 31: Periwinkle

We end the month of January with Periwinkle, which, in the language of flowers, conveys the sentiment of “Tender Recollections.” More specifically, Blue Periwinkle is used to express “Early Friendship”, while the White Periwinkle conveys “Pleasures of Memory.” 112 more words

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