Language of Flowers: Rose

  • Posted on 27th January 2017 by HQ Writer… Natalie

  • Floriography, or the language of flowers, was a Victorian means of communication in which various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages. The Victorian period ushered in a time of proper etiquette in England, and there were expected behaviours that prohibited outright conversations. Flowers quickly increased in popularity as a way to communicate discretely to others. Each specific flower had a different message behind it as did the ribbon that tied them together or the manner by which the bouquet was worn.
    Language of Flowers Meaning:

    Love, Immediately. Because time is of the essence.
    Love at first, second, third sight…declare your intentions with a single stem.
    Duchess Rose
    Much ado about the Duke
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