Like lily stands for purity or is a flower, that is used to honor the deceased, or daisy stands for innocence and loyal love.
In Japan, there are plants with auspicious meanings too. They are called “Engi no ii” plants 縁起の良い as a sign of luck or a good omen.
How this plants got their particular meaning, how they are used and why you should plant them in your garden, you will find in our eBook.
- Japanese “fuusui”
- Heavenly Bamboo
- Japanese Laurel
- Japanese Apricot
- Pagoda Tree
- Satsuki Azalea
- Crape Myrtle
- Bitter Orange
- Christmas Berry
11 pages with lots of information about the origin of Japanese flower’s names, their meaning and various descriptions of Japanese traditions.
The eBook is delivered as PDF.
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