An article on leucadendron flower
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Mimosa symbolizes regard, safety, and certainty. A given flower of mimosa affects love and brings joy into the business field. It’s devoted to all girls on the day of women.
Symbolics of blossoms
“flower of prehistory from various ways address individual beings, attract attention with lush growth, varied forms of flower, vibrant colors and selected scents, using a beauty that cannot be neglected and cannot be left unattended.” (Germ, Tine 2002: 5; Symbolics of flower)
Symbolism of blossoms through history
Already in ancient Egypt, people understood the symbolic meaning of flower, although only on the second level. As an example, because of its beauty, stunning odor and distinctive features in growth, the lotus has grown into among the very intricate symbols of Egyptian culture.
Greece and Rome
In ancient Greece and Rome, evergreen growth has emerged as a symbol of immortality and eternal life. Spring blossoms discuss a circle of death and life, and they are almost without doubt the bearer of love symbolism. Most of the blossoms in ancient culture obtained their narrative and place in mythology (stories about Hiakinto, Narcissus, Krokos).