Victorian Lifestyle: Language of Flowers

12/09/2009

During the Victorian Era (1837-1901), Flowers were often presented in an artistic form. Not only for looks, but for meaning as well. Each individual flower, including the color and size, had a different meaning. The scent of of a particular flower or plant left on a handker-chief had a message as well. There have been many publications dedicated to the practice.

Each Flower has a meaning

Each Flower has a meaning

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