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- Bachelor button hope of love; celibacy; blessedness; single blessedness
- Basil good wishes; success in love
- Bay leaves - faithfulness; glory
- Black-eyed Susan - justice
- Bittersweet truth
- Blossoms of fruit, almond hope
- Blossoms of fruit, apple admiration
- Blossoms of fruit, cherry spiritual beauty
- Blossoms of fruit, orange purity, fertility, loveliness
- Blossoms of fruit, peace -- captivated
- Bluebell sad regret; constancy
- Buttercup money
- Cactus grandeur
- Caladium great joy; delight
- Calla lily magnificent beauty
- Camellia, red personal worth; excellence
- Camellia, white loveliness; gratitude
- Carnation, pink Ill never forget you
- Carnation, red my poor heart!
- Carnation, striped regrets; I cant be with you
- Carnation, white remember me
- Chamomile patience
- Chives usefulness
- Chrysanthemum, red I love you; sharing; cheerfulness
- Chrysanthemum, white fidelity; truth
- Chrysanthemum, yellow I am sad
- Cineraria always a delight
- Clematis - beauty
- Clover, 4-leaf good luck; be mine
- Clover, white think of me
- Columbine inconsistency
- Coriander hidden worth
- Crocus, spring joy; young love; youthful gladness
- Cumin fidelity
- Cyclamen bashfulness
- Daffodil unreturned love; innocence; regard
- Dahlia elegance
- Daisy share your feelings; hope
- Daisy, white - innocence
- Dandelion Coquetry
- Dill powerful against evil
- Dock patience
- Dogwood love in spite of adversity
- Iris a compliment; a message
- Ivy fidelity, friendship, marriage; continuity
- Rhododendron warning
- Rose of any color love
- Rose burgundy unconscious beauty
- Rose cabbage ambassador of love
- Rose Carolina dangerous love
- Rose Christmas tranquility
- Rose, coral friendship; modesty, sympathy
- Rose, dog pleasure and pain
- Rose, lancaster union
- Rose, may precocity
- Rose, musk capricious beauty
- Rose, moss voluptuousness
- Rose, red love, desire
- Rose, dark red admiration; deep or passionate love; unconscious beauty
- Rose, full bloom engagement
- Rose, half bloom timid love
- Rose, lavender love at first sight
- Rose, pink - happiness; grace; happiness; gentleness
- Rose, pompon - gentility
- Rose, orange - desire and enthusiasm
- Rose, white worthiness; purity; innocence; reverence; silence
- Rose, yellow jealousy; Unfaithfulness; joy; friendship; the promise of a new beginning
- Rose, thornless love at first sight
- Rose, bridal happy love
- Roses, red and white together - unity
- Rosebud, red pure and lovely; youth; beauty
- Rosebud, moss confessions of love
- Rosebud, white girlhood
- Rosemary remembrance; commitment; fidelity
- Rue grace, clear vision
- Yarrow cure for heartache; everlasting love
- Zinnia thoughts of absent friends; absent love
- The most popular Valentines gifts are greeting cards (65%), romantic dinner (44%), candy (38%), flowers (32%), gift cards (29%), plush toys (21%), some other kind of gift (17%), perfume or cologne (12%), and, surprisingly, jewelry comes in last at 11%.
- The largest flower in the world is the Puya raimondii (also known as queen of the Ande), which has a flower stalk 35,000 feet tall and bears over 8,000 white flowers; it is native to Bolivia and
Peru and is restricted to the high Andes at an elevation of 3000 4800 m.
The first naturalist to see Puya raimondii Harms was apparently A. DOrbigny, who saw it between Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, Bolivia in October 1830
- Scrawling a persons name in red ink on a birthday card traditionally signifies that the person is deceased in Korea.
- When giving gifts to someone in the Netherlands, dont give fancy kitchen knives or scissors as gifts; giving sharp, pointy objects as gifts is considered unlucky.
- Be careful when giving flowers to someone in Russia, since traditionally, yellow blooms signify deceit or a relationship break-up, and red carnations are placed on the graves of the dead, or are offered to surviving war veterans.
- Straw sandals, clocks, handkerchiefs and flowers are all associated with death and funerals in China; be careful when giving these gifts and flowers to people in to someone in China.
- Columbines are wildflowers with multi-colored, white, red, yellow, blue, pink, lavender; the flowers are native to most temperate regions of the world, and bloom in the spring.
- The worlds oldest flower, Archaefructus sinensis, which was discovered in 2002 in northeast China, was bloomed around 125 million years ago and resembles a water lily.
- The largest flower in the world is the titan arums, which produce flowers 10 feet (3 meters) high and 3 feet (1 meter) wide.
- The honeybee plays a key role in our agricultural production; bees account for 80% of all
- In 2011 the most wanted gifts for women are the Victoria Beckhams bags collection, the Cleopatras carpet, Beyonce Knowles ring, and the Taylor-Burton diamond.
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- About 60 percent of fresh-cut flowers grown in the U.S. come from California.
- Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale)'s' flowers and leaves provide a good source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium and potassium. One cup of dandelion greens provides 7,000-13,000 I.U. of vitamin A.
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- Mimosa punica, a sensitive plant, folds up its leaves when it is touched. This rapid plant movement is thought to act as a defence against herbivores.
- Sunflowers, which are huge, fiery blooms, whose shape and image, and are often used to depict the sun, move throughout the day in response to the movement of the sun from east to west.
- Moon-flowers bloom only at night.
- Selenicereus grandiflorus bloom only once a year, for a single night.
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