Language of Flowers: A Miscellany. Mandy Kirby
The Language of Flowers: A Miscellany. Mandy Kirby
‘A blossom is not a bloom alone; A thousand contemplations contribute it’ All over the world, blooms are a necessary piece of human culture whether it is the ideal table place for a wedding, a lovely bundle for a birthday, a message of much appreciated, or to offer one’s regard at a memorial service. In any case, while everybody realizes that red roses imply love, few may understand that a whole dialect of blossoms exists with each sprout, folliage and plant having a specific feeling connected, be it hazel for reconcilliation, wisteria for welcome or ivy for devotion. This one of a kind dialect was made by the sentimental early Victorians who precisely arranged each bundle and posy in order to convey a coveted message. Conveying the dialect to another era, this flawlessly delineated variety contains fifty profiled blossoms, a word reference searchable by feeling, and thoughts for making bundles and plans for particular events. This blessing book is a novel present that any blossom significant other will need to possess.