Language of flowers
The language of flowers, sometimes called floriography, is a means of cryptological communication through the use or arrangement of flowers. Meaning has been attributed to flowers for thousands of yea...
Language of flowers - Wikipedia
Hanakotoba
Hanakotoba (花言葉) is the Japanese form of the language of flowers. In this practice plants were given codes and passwords. Physiological effects and action under the color of the flowers, put into ...
Hanakotoba - Wikipedia
Rose (heraldry)
The rose is a common device in heraldry. It is often used both as a charge on a coat of arms and by itself as a heraldic badge. The heraldic rose has a stylized form consisting of five symmetrical l...
Rose (heraldry) - Wikipedia
Rose (symbolism)
Roses have been long used as symbols in a number of societies. Roses are ancient symbols of love and beauty. "Rose" means pink or red in a variety of languages (such as the Romance languages and Greek...
Rose (symbolism) - Wikipedia
List of birthday flowers
Each month has a flower that symbolizes the month of somebody's birth. The characteristics that the flower has may be "inherited" by whomever is born in that certain month person. Every month has a fl...
Lilium bulbiferum
Lilium bulbiferum, common names orange lily, fire lily or tiger lily, is a herbaceous perennial plant with underground bulbs, belonging to the genus Lilium of the Liliaceae family. The Latin name bu...
Lilium bulbiferum - Wikipedia
Plant symbolism
Various folk cultures and traditions assign the symbolic meanings to plants. Although these are no longer commonly understood by populations that are increasingly divorced from their old rural traditi...
The Language of Flowers
"The Language of Flowers" is a song from a poem by the American poet and botanist James Gates Percival, with music written by the English composer Edward Elgar, when he was only fourteen years old.It ...