Language of Flowers: Lavender

  • Posted on 3rd February 2017 by HQ Writer… Natalie

  • In the Victorian era, small floral bouquets, known as talking bouquets, were gifted as tokens of love, expressing feelings that could not be spoken in public.
     
    The original flower of love was the Lavender. Lavender evoked an almost mystical power, comparable to Cupid himself, during this period. Often paired with the crisp scent of other mints and herbs, their distinctive fragrances were said to bring luck and expressed strong commitment.
     
    Meaning:
    Devotion. … and mystery!! Oh! tell me are you True?
    A declaration of studied interest. When the suitors are numerous and the stakes high! I will wait until the end of time… well, at least a few weeks.
     
    Fragrances:
    Blenheim Bouquet
    No.33
    Lavandula

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