By On Jan 12, 2018 Flowers
The Heliconia flower is also known as the false bird of paradise, wild plantains, and lobster claws. Heliconia is native to central and South America and islands of Pacific Ocean. It’s named after nine Greek Goddesses and the Greek Mount Helicon. It is considered as a symbol of youthfulness, beauty, and freshness.
Babys Breath is most commonly used as filler in bouquets and adds just the right amount of final touch to anything it is put on. They are usually seen in clusters, mostly in white and light pink colors. It is native to Chicago and some parts of Eastern Europe. It is usually used as a décor in wedding ceremonies and is considered as a symbol of purity, love, and innocence.
Gardenia flowers were named in honor of American naturalist ‘Dr. Alexander Garden’. Gardenia flowers are native to the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world, most importantly being Asia. This flower is known significantly for its fragrance and has a special meaning associated with it. It is given as a confession of love. It also symbolizes purity, clarity, beauty, trust, hope as well as innocence.
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