The Etymology and Symbolism of 50 Flowers #infographic

The Etymology and Symbolism of 50 Flowers #infographic

Not only are flowers beautiful, but behind them they can also have so much meaning. For example, you may not have known that the gladiolus represents strength as well as purity and enlightenment symbolizes the water lily! Over time, however, different flowers have changed their meanings throughout history.

For example, with the lily, it was used during the Roman era to stuff pillows and represented love. The lily became a religious symbol representing purity as time evolved into the Middle Ages, and now they are often used for funerals. You will be able to learn more about the etymology and symbolism of 50 different flowers in this infographic from Kremp.com.

Certain flowers from this infograp
hic are rose, sunflower, gerbera daisy, snapdragon, aggressive African, and carnation. The carnation is love, admiration, and happiness! What flowers have the most shocking significance for you on this infographic?

The Etymology and Symbolism of 50 Flowers #infographic


infographic by: www.kremp.com

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