Say it with flowers

It was during the Victorian era, where every flower began to symbolize something. It is said that because of the strict protocol of that era, feelings and thoughts were not openly expressed between men and women, leading to an elaborate “flower language” or “floriography” being developed.

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Starting a business? Don’t be fooled by the pretty flowers.

Don’t assume that your bank, lawyer, accountant and insurance brokers you’ve had for years will be the most cost effective. Shop around, get quotes, talk to networks. Do the same with utilities and hire equipment for phones, power and POS systems. There is no room for loyalty in business.

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Gypsophila (Baby’s’ Breath)

Overall: the gypsophila message is: Stay dedicated to your cause and remember the power of innocence

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Matricaria, the Mother

In NZ, it is found in the tea section in almost every western country. Is an excellent muscle relaxant, anti inflammatory, antiseptic, sedative, mild analgesic…. the list goes on…

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Lisianthus, Poor mans rose

The Lizzy is a stunningly beautiful flower in any bouquet, weddings, posies and vase arrangements. Their frilled petals are the epitome of femininity and romance. Stunning in buttonholes, head dresses and make spectacle table centrepieces.

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Agapanthus

A beautiful flower in mass arrangements for events, conferences or a bare corner of your home. A single blue flower wrapped in white as a token gesture for a thank you or catch up session.

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Gorgeous Hydrangea

Gorgeous, gorgeous, hydrangeas. Derived from the Greek words, hydro’s (water) and angos (barrel or jug). A water jug!!!

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