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Pansies in a perfume bottle. These remind me of my aunt and uncle. My uncle loved Pansies, so my aunt planted them in her garden and had pots of them in her house.

"Once we give up searching for approval we often find it easier to earn respect.” ― Gloria Steinem #feminism

Only Pink In Purple World.a pick tulip in a sea of purple grape hyacinth, harbingers of spring.

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I adore the nostalgic, old-fashioned, humble, heavenly-scented peony. So I merely had to choose among my many peony pins. This one came out on top. This is: Peony. It is my favorite pin on my board simply called: Flora.

Zinnias! My favorite flower. Need to make a cut flower garden again now that we're back up north.

Zinnia Queen Red Lime--Another pinner: love this color with the queen annes lace. I hope I can plant these in our hot weather.

Meaning of flowers: Anemone – unfading love; anticipation Camellia – perfect loveliness Chrysanthemum – joy; optimism Dahlia – elegance; dignity Gardenia – purity Lavender – luck Lily (white) –innocence; purity Orchid – rare beauty; luxury Peony –Prosperity; bashfulness Rose (pink) –gratitude; admiration Rose (coral or orange) – desire Rose (yellow) – friendship

Explore: The Secret Language of Flowers

The Secret Language of Flowers Anemone- unfading love Camelia- perfect loveliness Chrysanthemum- joy;

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Photo (Welcome To The Dollhouse.)

Love love love lilacs. Just the smell takes me back to when I was 14, living with Ellen, felt safe and happy. She had huge lilac bushes all over the yard.

If you love lilacs (and I do) this is the most fragrant and spectacular centerpiece. Lilacs have a short season, so plan accordingly. Arrangement by the talented Carolyne Roehm.

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