The Poetry of Flowers

The Poetry of Flowers

Although plants have been imbued with symbolism for centuries, the nuanced art of “floriography” reached its peak during Victorian times. Still today, bouquets reflect our deepest sentiments—especially when they convey the language of flowers.


Mother’s Love

Nestled in moss for maternal affection, fragrant blossoms honor the child’s first and truest ally, with pale pink roses recalling her gentleness, white lilies and magnolia esteeming her virtue, and a graceful orchid lauding her beauty.

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