A Handful of Flowers: A Romantic Celebration of the Language of Flowers

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2002 - Gardening - 110 pages
A Handful of Flowers decodes the rich and evocative language of flowers, while helping you choose the perfect bouquet to express your feelings. Whether it's white heather for luck, lily of the valley for happiness, or a single red rose for passion, Cookie Lee advises the tongue-tied and the poetic. Flowers are arranged in thematic chapters covering major life events, including Love & Passion, Friendship, Sadness & Loss, and Health & Healing.

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Introduction
6
Happiness
16
Love Passion
39
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