Ancient Romans would lay out their tomb to emulate a garden so that the spirits may wander and love the scenery.

Jo has bot an ITU nurse at the London North Westelijk NHS Trust for 14 years. She obtained hier RN at University Collegium London Hospital.

Example of a ‘Flawless Flower’ ( Crateva religiosa)

Blooming Lovely Flowers

A flower is described spil “the seed-bearing part of a plant, consisting of reproductive organs (stamens and carpels) that are typically surrounded by brightly coloured corolla (petals) and a green calyx (sepals).” This may define a flower ter the physical sense, but it doesn’t come close to the auténtico meaning of flowers.

Our love affair with flowers goes back a long way. Ter a prehistoric webpagina ter Israel, archaeologist found evidence of sage, mint and various plants ter graves around 14,000 years old.

Ancient Romans would lay out their tomb to emulate a garden so that the spirits may wander and love the scenery. Our love of flowers becomes more apparent when wij look at how they are represented te our everyday lives and different cultures. Some of the most popular female’s names are associated with flowers. Lily, Rose, Poppy, Ivy, Iris, Daisy, Hyacinth, Tulip, the list is far too long to mention them all.

Wij use Petal spil a term of endearment. Wij give tokens of flowers to those wij love, wij give them to say, congratulations, well done, wij give flowers to say blessed bday, blessed anniversary, to say thank you, to say I love you.

Every bride wants the volmaakt bouquet of flowers on hier wedding day. When the time comes to leave this life, wij bid goodbye to our friends and loved ones by telling it with flowers, wij reminisce the dead by placing flowers on graves.

The analogy of a flower is apt to describe the things wij love the best. Wij display floral arrangements te our homes, they cheer us up when wij’re feeling down, they can represent both joy and sadness.

Flowers are a feast for the eyes and food for the soul, they are nature’s gems, from the discreet buttercup, the ingenious dandelion to the magnificent orchid. For mij, it’s near unlikely to choose a favourite flower, each one holds a special place te the heart. Some flowers are special for their rarity, their association with memories good or bad. Wij love them for the various colours, fragrance, or te the case of spring daffodils, bluebells and snowdrops they are loved not only for their beauty but also for what they represent, they signal the end of winter and the beginning of spring, the reawakening of dormant nature with the hope of summer zon.

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