The Secret Language of Flowers(W)

The Secret Language of Flowers (W)

List of flowers:

  1. Wallflower- (Erysimum , wallflowers is a genus that  includes about 180 species, both popular garden plants and many wild forms. Wallflowers are small annual, short-lived perennial herbs or sub-shrubs, reaching 10-130 cm tall. Most species have stems erect, somewhat winged, canescent with an indumentums of 2-fid hairs, usually 25 ± 53 cm x 2-3 mm in size, and t-shaped trichomes. ) Meaning: Constancy. “Through sunshine and storm I am true to you.”
  2. Wind flower-(Anemone nemorosa is an early-spring flowering plant in the genus Anemone in the family Ranunculaceae.  Common names include wood anemone, windflower and thimbleweed and smell fox; it’s an allusion to the musky smell of the leaves. It is a perennial herbaceous plant, growing in early spring from 5 to 15 cm tall.)  Meaning: Estrangement. “Your charms no longer appeal to me.”
  3. Wormwood-(Artemisia is a large, diverse gnus of plants with between 200 to 400 species belonging to the daisy family Asteraceae. It comprises hardy herbs and shrubs known for their volatile oils. Common names used for several species include mugworth, sagebrush, sageworth and wormwood, while a few species have unique names, notably Tarragon and Southernwood.) Meaning: Parting. “The best of friends must part.”
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