Browse Categories
Mailing Lists

About Flowers

Some flowers spoke with strong
and powerful voices, which proclaimed
in accents trumpet-tongued, I am beautiful, and I rule. Others murmured in tones scarcely audible, but exquisitely soft and sweet, I am little, and I am beloved.
-- George Sand (Armandine A.L. Dupin), (1804 - 1876) French writer

Click here to find and read about different floral varieties, from roses to lilies and much, much more!

Joy and jealousy, desire and dejection, solitude and sadness, loyalty and love — flowers echo each voice of the human heart.

While the symbolic and legendary meanings of flowers were known to many during Elizabethan times, it was the Victorians who assigned simple messages to individual flowers.

Flower Language became so important that "durch die Blume sprechen" (speaking through flowers) became a Western proverb, which meant any flowery or poetic expression hiding a secret message of love.


Shopping Cart
Your cart is empty.