19: Floriography (Don’t send him that flower, Harriet! He’ll think you like him)

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19: Floriography (Don't send him that flower, Harriet! He'll think you like him)
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From ancient China to Turkey, Anatolia and Victorian England, the language of flowers has added meaning and created controversy practically the world round. We dive into some history, make a few flower sentences of our own and explore the strange and wonderful world of blooms.


2 Replies to “19: Floriography (Don’t send him that flower, Harriet! He’ll think you like him)”

  1. Donna Selle

    I’ve created a floriography bouquet for you two! Can you figure out what I’m trying to say?

    Fungus, Heather, Yellow Rose, Mistletoe, Balm, Delphinium

    • Trace and Amy

      Okay. I think it means: We will surmount all difficulties with good luck and friendship, creating podcasts of whimsy that people will love…How’d I do? Whatever the meaning, thank you so much for being such a good friend!

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