The Language of Flowers

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Sheila Pickles
Harmony Books, 1990 - Flower language. - 109 pages
8 Reviews
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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User Review  - Lucy Cormier - Goodreads

A literary work of art to add to your collection of "A" books! Read full review

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User 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

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About the author (1990)

Sheila Pickles is the editor of Harmony's miniature series, Scented Treasuries of Verse Mother and Child. She is the managing director of Penhaligon's, the exclusive English perfume house.

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