S: Amazing Garden
FC: Amazing Garden | by Lucie Lajcikova
8: Roses represents the never ending feeling of love and passion. Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, presented a rose to Eros, the god of love. Roses can convey various sentiments, according to number and color. This flower rules the world of beautiful flowers with diversified effective usage in different situations of life.
10: The marigold is also associated with the lion and the astrological sign Leo. Early Christians named the flower "Mary's Gold" and offered the blossoms in place of money at the foot of her statues.
11: Marigolds are known as the "Herb of the Sun" and are symbolic of passion and creativity. The Welsh believed that if marigolds were not open early in the morning, then a storm was on the way. Marigolds have been used as love charms and incorporated into wedding garlands.
12: The dahlia, which is associated with elegance and dignity, derives its name from the surname of Anders Dahl, a Swedish botanist. The name Dahl or Dahlia actually means valley or valley flower
17: Irises are different from others in the fact that it opens in the spring and can remain open for several days. Traditionally, this graceful flower has been chosen to convey they essence of “my compliments”. Compliment someone today by sending them a bouquet of irises.
18: Queen Anne’s Lace: This delicate flower got its name from Queen Anne, the wife of King James I. Her friends challenged her to create lace as beautiful as the flower, which she did. Queen Anne’s Lace represents sanctuary. Decorate with bouquets of Queen Anne’s Lace to make a house to generate memorable feeling of being like a home.