The Language of Flowers - Sympathy

The Language of Flowers was a code invented by the Victorians in England to express their feeling to one another in secret, including condolences for people who have died.


Pansy

Faith, hope and love remain

Pine

Everlasting

Chrysanthemum

I'm crying for you or with you

Rosemary

May you be delivered from the powers of evil

Strawflower

Your soul will forever be with us

Olive

Peace be with you

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The Language of Flowers - Sympathy

Carnation

May you be blessed with eternal life

Calla Lilly

May light and clarity be with you - according to popular beliefs they help the deceased to ward off demons.

Rose

May the beauty of life go with you. There is comfort in the strength of love, hope in the midst of sorrow.

Thistle (Cardius defloratus)

The Lord Himself goes before you and will always be with you.

Tulip (white)

Earthly existence is transitory. Your name will live forever.

Yellow Chamomile

This flower protects you with its strength

 
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Acacia

I love you above all others/ strong in time of need

Banksia

After Sir Joseph Banks, the botanist who first documented Australian plants in the 18th Century, the banksia is centered on discovery.

Dolly Bush (Cassinia aculetea)

Friend ever true

Protea

Symbol of courage, daring or transformation.

Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)

For auld lang syne (old time’s sake)

Warath

Remembrance in absence

 
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