Snapdragon Flower Meaning and Symbolism

Snapdragons are grown all over the world for their beauty, and their novelty, which makes gardening a real pleasure.  But did you know that these gorgeous flowers also have a lot of meaning attached to them? While they’re not often given as gifts, the symbolism behind these unique flowers makes them a worthy option for any occasion. Read on to … Read More

Snowdrop Flower (Galanthus) Meaning and Symbolism

This resilient and beautiful flower is the gateway into spring. It’s essentially a neon sign shouting “WINTER IS OVER”. When this plant flowers, you might breathe a little sigh of relief — the sun will be out for slightly longer every day, and the temperature will surely rise, and the days will get longer. Before you know it, your garden … Read More

Top 59 Succulent Plants for Your Indoor and Outdoor Gardens

Plants are experiencing a resurgence in popularity more than ever, but not everyone has huge gardens they can fill with plants.  Instead, they’ve turned to balconies, hanging pots, windowsills, or even indoor gardening to get that satisfaction and to reconnect with nature.  Keeping plants are proven to reduce stress, and boost energy levels. Plants also clear the air of chemicals … Read More

Sunflower Meaning and Symbolism

At both the height of summer and as the summer haze fades into autumn, sunflowers are at their best. It almost seems a crime that these beautiful flowers grow to such heights to follow the sun’s path, but the vast majority of sunflowers only last a season. They have a range of uses past their beauty, and more and more … Read More

Sweet Pea Flower Meaning and Symbolism

The only thing wrong with a sweet pea, if there’s anything at all unattractive about these flowers, is that the perennial sweet pea (Lathyrus latifolius) has no fragrance. It’s such a shame – they are beautiful, very delicate blooms which produce so many flowers off of each plant, and their appearance begs you to smell them.  If that’s the only … Read More

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