The Gorgeous Language of Flowers


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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.
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8 thoughts on “The Gorgeous Language of Flowers”

  1. As you recently commented, carnations sometimes are slightly dyed. In my opinion, some of them are soft pink, but I’ve seen carnations with darks shades of red. Still they are lovely to look and and enjoy.

    1. Indeed, it is a silent but very powerful language. People in love usually exchange flowers to express their passions. It is that powerful. The tradition has continued for centuries.

    1. They certainly do my dear friend. Flowers are synonyms of positive feelings. As you already know, I’m deeply enamoured with them. So nice to have flowers around in your house.

    1. I remember that song quite vividly. It was all over the radio for a long time. If I look it up in YouTube, I’m sure it will be there. A classic I would say. I wonder what a blue lady is. Do you?

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