Floriography - Iris & Stargazer Lily
Floriography is the language of flowers.
Let’s learn the language of flowers so we can also understand why we appreciate and grow lots of them!
Iris - Good News
perennials plants, growing for rhizomes that need to be split every couple of years. Iris grows really well in arid mountain, areas. I grew purple and blue iris while living in Colorado. Beautiful plants. Iris flowers have been symbols for flags, banners, the fleur de lis is the emblem for the house of Capet.
IRIS daughter of Thomas and the ocean nymph Electra & is the goddess of the rainbow and a messenger of the Olympian gods. ... For the coastal-dwelling Greeks, the rainbow's arc was most often seen spanning the distance between cloud and sea, and so the goddess was believed to replenish the rain-clouds with water from the sea.
Here are two other flowers that can go in a bouquet with Iris -
SunFlower - Health & Sunshine
Chamomile - Courage
This Bouquet could be saying - Congratulations on your good health & wellbeing!
Stargazer Lily - Abundance
Oriental lilies are known for their fragrant perfume, blooming mid-to-late summer. ... The 'Stargazer' lily was created in 1974 by Leslie Woodriff, a lily breeder in California, to overcome this downward look. Woodriff called the new cross 'Stargazer', because the blooms faced towards the sky.
Here are two flowers that can go in a bouquet with StarGazer Lily -
Gladiola - Preparation
Astroemeria - Support
This bouquet could be saying - I wish you wonderful abundance, prosperity!
Have a wonderful week! Keep your heart open and aligned with the energy of LOVE!