Tuberose flower

An article on tuberose flower

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Middle Ages
In the Middle Ages, there are quite a few plant species (olive, palm, fig, blossom, wheat, lily, increased ) from the Bible, that acquired numerous symbolic meanings throughout biblical tales. All of the flower of love committed to different pagan goddesses of love and fertility have been declared symbols of religious beauty and love.
Symbolics of various blossoms
The queen of flower is created through the world as a traditional symbol of love and beauty. Through history, in a variety of periods and areas, the rose became a symbol of heroic courage, succeed, riches, excellence, sensuality, women’s attractiveness and forbidden love. In various religions, the flower of all of the blossoms has turned into a symbol of death and eternal life, heavenly beauty, divine charity and love, the highest truths and religious perfection.