During the ultra-romantic Victorian era, flowers were often used as a method of communication where words were often not enough or even allowed. Whether this was in a capacity of romance and intimacy or any of the other abstract languages of the heart; different bouquets arranged with different flowers served the purpose of this type of communication. Called floriography, the practice it is still alive and thriving today.
A flower cannot blossom without sunshine, and mankind cannot live without love." - Max Muller
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