Flower power is real.
You cannot deny that even a single pretty stem in a vase adds vibrancy and character to any room or space, adding a feeling of calm and creating a restful spot for the eye to linger.
Some of us are very deeply immersed in all things floral (to high ranking Cath Kidston levels), while others are happy with a simple bouquet (probably closer to my level).
Flowers are not ‘just a pretty face’ either, they have practical uses too, such as making perfumes, providing pollen for bees, making dyes, and acting as many widely known medicinal/healing properties (e.g. lavender for relaxation).
Flowers deserve more appreciation.
Are you a member of the flower appreciation society? ☺️
If you are, you might ‘appreciate’ this beautifully illustrated book, filled with:
- step by step ‘how to’ guides to wrap and display a bouquet
- detail and diagrams about different types of flowers and herbs
- flowers you can eat
- how bees operate
- how to care for your flowers amongst other things….
4 thoughts on “The Flower Appreciation Society”
Very nicely presented. You have a wonderful blog! ^.^
That means a lot, thank you vey much indeed 💛😊
Yellow book, yellow tulips! Great juxtaposition. I didn’t know tulips were part of the lily family.
Thanks for visiting The Glasgow Gallivanter.
Thank you! I didn’t know either until I got this book – You have some great photographs and I’d love to have a trip to Scotland at some point, love the views, landscapes and beautiful buildings.