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Purple Iris

Purple Iris
The Fleur-de-Lis a stylized version of the Iris has symbolized France since the 13th century. The Iris was used to represent French royalty and is said to signify perfection, light, and life. Iris is the National flower of France and has been used for the insignia and emblem of France. In some parts of the world the purple iris can denote royalty. Today, the iris is the state flower of Tennessee, and the Fleur-de-lis is the emblem for the city of New Orleans. The purple iris makes perfect flower gift for almost any occasion, be it birthday, get well or just to tell someone you are thinking of them. We use the purple iris in variety of our bouquets in combination with other flowers, such as roses and lilies.

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Blue Iris

Blue iris
The Blue Iris was a favorite of Vincent van Gogh, who painted many blue irises in his still life paintings. Originating in the Mediterranean region and southern Europe, the Blue Iris was considered a symbol of power by the ancient Egyptians. In Japan the blue iris expresses heroism, as the blue color refers to blue blood, so the blue iris plays a key role in the Japanese spring festival for boys. In some parts of the world the blue iris can denote royalty. The blue iris makes perfect flower gift for almost any occasion, be it birthday, get well or just to tell someone you are thinking of them. We use the blue iris in variety of our bouquets in combination with other flowers, such as roses and lilies.

Yellow Iris Yellow Iris
Iris, which in Greek means rainbow gets its name from the Greek Goddess Iris, the goddess of the rainbow. Possibly, the use of the iris as a symbol traces back to ancient India and Egypt, where it stood as a symbol of life. Through its intricate history, the meanings of the iris has come to include faith, hope, and wisdom, while the yellow iris may symbolize passion. Irises may also express courage and admiration. Due to its diverse connotations, the yellow iris makes perfect flower gift for almost any occasion, be it birthday, get well or just to tell someone you are thinking of them. We use the yellow iris in variety of our bouquets in combination with other flowers, such as roses and lilies.
 
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