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Petersburg Florists

Date Added: December 10, 2009 07:50:54 AM
Author: Thomas
Category: Computers & Internet: Web Directories: Niche Directories: Services
Did you realize that every flower has its own meaning? At present time people don't usually think about it, they just select the most attractive flower or even the most expensive one – it seems to be enough to show how particular the person you're giving flowers to is for you. But actually there is a special harmony between the appearance of the flower and what it says about the feelings of the giver. In the Victorian epoch flowers were usually used as a secret means of communication. The language of flowers was invented by Turkish people, that is why sending a message with flowers to your loved one so as to express your emotions was known as a “Persian Salaam”. This means of communication gained great popularity in the 18th century. At that time bouquets were prepared very carefully and in precise accordance with flower language. It's obvious that all flowers mean attention and care, but still each flower with its color and each flower arrangement have their own nuances. For instance, red roses have always stood for love, but as for yellow roses they stand for jealousy. So you can see that it's useful to obtain general knowledge of flowers language to express your emotions in the correct way. You may be surprised to learn that there is a specialized discipline that is dedicated to the examination of flowers meaning. It is called floriography and its major objective is to explain the secret meaning of flowers and flower arrangements to presenters and recipients. Now and then it's difficult to find right words to express your emotions, so it is time to use flowers. I'd like to explain the meaning of some popular flowers: aloe stands for grief, aster refers to daintiness, begonia stands for beware, calendula stands for joy, carnation – affection, energy and health, daisy signifies innocence, loyal love, lily refers to purity, orchid stands for love and beauty and tulip means declaration of love. It's just a brief 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 should get inner understanding. In case you are interested to learn more about flowers, you may read special literature, and you'll soon reach an understanding with these beautiful plants.
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