An article on prunus flower images
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Mimosa symbolizes respect, security, and certainty. A given blossom of mimosa influences love and brings happiness to the business area. It is devoted to all women on the day of women.
Symbolics of blossoms
“flower of prehistory in various manners address individual beings, draw attention with verdant growth, diverse forms of flower, vibrant colors and selected scents, using a beauty that can’t be overlooked and can not be left indifferent.” (Germ, Tine 2002: 5; Symbolics of flower)
Symbolism of flower through history
Already in ancient Egypt, folks understood the symbolic significance of flower, but only on the second degree. As an example, because of its beauty, stunning odor and exclusive features in growth, the lotus has come to be among the most complicated symbols of Egyptian civilization.
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 life and death, and they’re almost without exception the bearer of love symbolism. Most of the flower in ancient civilization received their narrative and place in mythology (stories about Hiakinto, Narcissus, Krokos).