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Every plant is beautiful and touches our hearts in a unique way, but some just strike us as especially romantic. Sometimes they tease us with fragrant scents, and other times charm us with eccentric leaves. Here are ten plants that symbolize love and make endearing gifts for Valentine’s Day.
Over the course of history, plants have developed their own language and symbolism. This was especially prevalent in Greek methodology and the early 1800s during the Victorian era. With that in mind, let’s explore some of the plants that symbolize the language of love:
While bouquets of flowers are a traditional way of showing love and affection for someone, plants can provide equally powerful symbolism. In addition, plants will be around for a longer period to remind the receiver of that love.
Join us this Friday 11 February for our FREE online workshop on ‘Plants for Passion – Aphrodisiac Plants and their uses’, with Garden Guru Sue Both.
Please use the following login details to join us at 11am sharp over Zoom:
Meeting ID:813 5696 6432 Passcode: 890437
or use the following direct link: https://bit.ly/3KQMmeg