The Language of Flowers: For the Deceased

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Someone recently died, are there any special flowers that will convey my feelings?

The Language of Flowers: For the Deceased

If someone especially close to you has died, you should be selective in the flowers you send to the grave. While the sentiment will only be known by you, it can do much to help start the healing process.

Asphodel: “I have so many regrets.”

Bittersweet: “Only now can I see the truth clearly.”

Bell Flower: “Thank you for everything.”

Deep Red Carnation: “I don't know if my heart can take the pain.”

Bindweed: “What will I do without you?”

Maidenhair Fern: “My secret love.”

Lotus: “I'm sorry if I ever caused you any pain.”

Prince's Feather: “I will love you forever.”

Sweet Pea: “Goodbye.”

Traveler's Joy: “Have a peaceful journey.”

   

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