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The Language Of Flowers - Helpful Tips

Date Added: November 29, 2009 07:15:23 AM
Author: Nolan
Category: Society
Did you know that every flower speaks its own language? At present time people don't commonly think about it, they just choose the prettiest flower or even the most expensive one – it seems to be enough to show how particular the receiver is for you. But in actual fact there is a special harmony between the outward appearance of the flower and what it tells about the feelings of the presenter. In the Victorian time flowers were commonly used as a secret method of communication. Flowers language was invented by Turks, that's the reason why sending a flower message to the one you like in order to show your feelings was known as a “Persian Salaam”. This form of communication enjoyed wide popularity in the eighteenth century. At that time bunches of flowers were arranged very carefully and in precise conformity with flower language. It is evident that all flowers mean attention and care, but every flower with its color and every flower arrangement have their own shades. For example, red roses have stood for love since the earliest times, but as regards yellow roses they stand for jealousy. So you understand that it's helpful to obtain general knowledge of flowers meaning to express your feelings correctly. You may be amazed to learn that there is a special scientific discipline that is dedicated to the study of flowers meaning. It is known as floriography and its main objective is to explain the underlying meaning of flowers and flowers arrangements to senders and receivers. From time to time it's difficult to find right words to express what you feel, so it's high time to do it with flower arrangements. I would like to explain the meaning of some popular flowers: aloe stands for grief, aster means daintiness, begonia signifies beware, calendula signifies joy, carnation – energy, affection and health, daisy stands for innocence, loyal love, lily – purity, orchid signifies beauty and love and tulip refers to declaration of love. It is just a surface review of flower language. And the meaning of any flower is much deeper that we may put into words. It is rather hard to explain their meaning, you have to feel it. If you're interested to get to know more about flowers, you are welcome to read specialized literature, and you will soon find the common language with these beautiful plants.
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