The Language of Flowers
Harmony Books, 1990 - Flower language. - 109 pages
Penhaligon's fourth and most exquisite gift volume focuses on the romance of flowers. Each flower's meaning is described through passages and captivating illustrations. 45 full-color illustrations.
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Review: The Language Of FlowersUser Review - Erin Mccarty - Goodreads
Liked this one, mostly because of the idea of using Victorian flower language to communicate. It's a fairly romantic idea. The story was good - dealt a lot with abandonment issues of foster children. It was hard to believe and take in some of the story lines, but overall a satisfying read. Read full review
Review: The Language Of FlowersUser Review - Ivana Henry - Goodreads
My review may be a bit biased since I am not sure I would have loved the story without the reference to the meaning of the flowers, but I did enjoy it. Read full review