Leucanthemum vulgare flower


An article on leucanthemum vulgare flower

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A flower of this ram is really a tulip, representing passion and energy that is positive. They are extremely optimistic, but very impulsive.
Tulips are blossoms of love, originating from Persia, from where the Turks brought them into Europe in the 16th century. In their opinion, the tulip symbolized the paradise on earth. The real”tulip mania” in the 17th century was brought on by the Dutch who popularized the flower.
Other symbols of tulips comprise long-lasting love among spouses or household members, royalty, abundance, prosperity, charity and joy.