FLOWER SYMBOLS: The Language of Love

Discover the Meaning of Flowers in Folklore, Religion and Popular Culture

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Flower Symbols includes fascinating information about the symbolism and folklore of the world’s most beloved flowers, with illustrations of selected flowers, famous quotes about flowers, selected poetry featuring flowers and information about traditional uses of flowers for healing.

Flowers accompany us in nearly every major event in life: birth, graduation, marriage, holidays, illness and death. In addition, flower images adorn practically everything around us: hair, clothing, jewelry, china, stationary, wallpaper, furniture, artwork and more. Understanding the folklore, meanings, facts, stories and legends about the amazing world of flowers adds a fascinating new dimension to nearly every aspect of life. A perfect gift for every flower lover in your life! $12.95, 112 pages

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Responses from Readers to Flower Symbols

“This little book reveals special meanings that different flowers have for humanity, and it has inspired in me a deeper appreciation
for the unique blossoms of nature. While it seems we give flowers for gifts and to show we care all the time, this book gives further
explanation as to what we might be communicating and sharing with others when we relate with flowers in art or on the doorstep.
I enjoy revisiting this book when I am spending time with flowers in the garden or in the meadow.”

Alethea Lambert, Home Educator

“This book shares detailed information with a joyous heart. Well researched and hard to find
information included in each chapter. Flower Symbols is a great book to give as a gift.”

Maria Low, Aromatherapist

“Flower Symbols is a precious and enlightening book….The day I read the book, I immediately used it to craft a birthday bouquet that communicated
Hope, Playfulness, and Magic. What fun. As icing on the cake, Karlsen also provides an overview of essential oils and healing uses of flowers.” 

A. Bjorkland, Freelance Writer