Flower Of The Week

16 Jul

The flower in the spotlight this week shares its name with a tentacled sea creature.

Anemones can also be called windflower, poppy anemone, or lily of the field. They are a flat flower with either a black or white center. The petals can be white, blue, purple, red, or a combination of any of those four colors. The white flowers with black centers are especially popular for weddings with a black and white color scheme. The meaning of anemones is somewhat depressing: Expectation or Abandonment, Forsaken, Fragile, Fading hope, Refusal, or Sickness (maybe we’ll just keep that to ourselves)

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