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George Dickson

George Dickson

If you're going to be feminine and use flowers to represent you or your work, then its best to know what the flowers represent. Who you are and how you chose to present yourself, is important.

Meaningful flowers for your bouquet

If you're going to be feminine and use flowers to represent you or your work, then its best to know what the flowers represent. Who you are and how you chose to present yourself, is important.

NO LONGER A CHILD | for original & details ➸♡➸ honeypieLIVINGetc | © hannah lemholt photography

NO LONGER A CHILD | for original & details ➸♡➸ honeypieLIVINGetc | © hannah lemholt photography

Color Study of Lavender and Purple Roses by Harvest Roses - http://www.harvestwholesale.com Cool Water, Cool Paris, Blueberry, Rock Fire, Ocean Song, Purple Haze, Amnesia, Silverston, Moody Blues, Queen of the Night, Deep Purple, Lady Moon, Nautica, Nuage

Color Study of Lavender and Purple Roses by Harvest Roses - http://www.harvestwholesale.com Cool Water, Cool Paris, Blueberry, Rock Fire, Ocean Song, Purple Haze, Amnesia, Silverston, Moody Blues, Queen of the Night, Deep Purple, Lady Moon, Nautica, Nuage

Her Majesty Queen Silvia at the 1979 Nobel Prize dinner.

Her Majesty Queen Silvia at the 1979 Nobel Prize dinner.

White Rose: The symbol of purity, innocence, sympathy, and spirituality.

White Rose: The symbol of purity, innocence, sympathy, and spirituality.

Rose has often been described as "the queen of flowers"

Rose has often been described as "the queen of flowers"

"Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, 1957. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at a state banquet at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, in 1957. Photos (Top): Musée de l'histoire | Museum of History on Flickr; (Bottom): Marie-Louise Deruaz, Canadian Museum of Civilization. Satin, velvet, sequins, beads, rhinstones, simulated pearls, plastic flowers. Beaded white roses, representing the House of York, are scattered amongst the green velvet maple leaves.

"Maple Leaf of Canada" dress, designed by Norman Hartnell, London, 1957. Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at a state banquet at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, in 1957. Photos (Top): Musée de l'histoire | Museum of History on Flickr; (Bottom): Marie-Louise Deruaz, Canadian Museum of Civilization. Satin, velvet, sequins, beads, rhinstones, simulated pearls, plastic flowers. Beaded white roses, representing the House of York, are scattered amongst the green velvet maple leaves.

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Here’s What Your Valentine’s Day Bouquet Is Really Saying

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Roses, a beautiful bi-color. I used to grow roses as a hobby and learned a lot about their natural beauty and maintenance. There's a lot of history behind how a rose is given a name specifically with the newer hybrid tea roses. Into the future I shall try my hand with shrub roses, so much hardier. Shrubs are much more disease resistent. The only roses I am currently growing are Queen Elizabeths. A florabunda with super fragrant beautiful smell and the prettiest pink with a bit of a yellow…

Roses, a beautiful bi-color. I used to grow roses as a hobby and learned a lot about their natural beauty and maintenance. There's a lot of history behind how a rose is given a name specifically with the newer hybrid tea roses. Into the future I shall try my hand with shrub roses, so much hardier. Shrubs are much more disease resistent. The only roses I am currently growing are Queen Elizabeths. A florabunda with super fragrant beautiful smell and the prettiest pink with a bit of a yellow…

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