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Artisan Temperament MBTI Flowers It’s floriography Friday again! Last week I wrote about the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator and flowers that could be associated with four of the 16 types. (For a refresher on what exactly MBTI is, read the first part of last week’s post. If you still don’t know your type, head to this […]

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Guardian Temperament MBTI Flowers A few months ago I made a post about the Hogwarts houses and flowers that correspond to each. Afterward, I created a poll on Instagram asking if any followers were interested in seeing flowers which correlate to the Ennegram or MBTI. The overwhelming response showed the majority of the followers wanted […]

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Continuing my Flower of the Month postings, I’m posting today about August’s flower of the month according to Chinese legend, the Pear Blossom. Background Native to Asia, the pear tree is a hardy tree that can grow in a variety of climates. Pear blossoms, fruit, and other parts of the tree have been used for […]

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Consistency in posting has been difficult for me (as you can tell!), but I’m back with Floriography Friday! Last time I posted a blog, it was about June’s flower of the month. This week, I’m focusing on July’s flower of the month (according to much of the Western Hemisphere), the delphinium. Toxicity and Effect on […]

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Featured as the pompous flower in Alice in Wonderland, these beautiful blooms have so many connections to folklore it was a little hard to know where to start.

Irises are rich with history as well as meanings in the language of flowers.

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A space for learning all about the language of flowers! I’m so excited you’re here! This blog has been a labor of love off and on since I started my company. (To learn more about my company and I , click here.) At first, I was doing weekly #floriographyfriday posts on Instagram, but I quickly […]


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