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Language of Flowers

The Language of Flowers: Ranunculus

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The Language of Flowers: Ranunculus

Often called the roses of spring, ranunculus flowers are a crowd favorite! With layers upon layer of petals, these darlings are both delicate and showy. If ranunculus blooms were people, we imagine they’d be the elegant, charming type who gracious and hospitable — they throw the best dinner parties and make it look effortless. We are excited to share more about their characteristics and symbolic meanings as this month’s featured bloom in our “Language of Flowers” series!

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The Language of Flowers: Snapdragons

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The Language of Flowers: Snapdragons

Did you know that blooms hold symbolic meanings? In the language of flowers, blooms and colors express emotions and meanings. Floriography has been around for centuries, and this coded flower language became especially popular in the Victorian era, when it was all the rage to send bouquets with secret — even devious — messages for the recipient.

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