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Bells of Ireland

Moluccella laevis, better known as Bells of Ireland, are actually not from Ireland as the name might suggest. They are actually a native to Turkey and have been cultivated since the sixteenth century. Additionally, the flower can be found in some areas on the eastern parts of the Mediterranean such as Syria. and represent good luck in the language of flowers. Bells of Ireland get the name because their shape and flowers are associated with an Irish good luck charm. If you’re looking for a gift for a graduation, new job or even just someone who’s down on their luck, Bells of Ireland are sure to bring your recipient some good fortune.

Description

Bells of Ireland (Molucella laevis) are also known as Mulucca bells or shell flowers. They are one of the herbaceous plants that complete its life cycle within a year. The plant is characterized by its aromatic scent and enlarged calyxes in bell shapes, as the name suggests. It is also complemented by cool flowers that grow in the calyxes. The flowers have small features and whitish color shades. This flower is very versatile and works wonderfully in a garden, vase arrangement or fresh cut bouquet, or it can even be dried out for decorative purposes. They add eccentricity and uniqueness to anything they are included in, creating focal points in bouquets.

 

Significance 

  • Graduation
  • New Job
  • Good luck
  • Good wishes on a new journey
  • Symbol in St. Patrick’s Day
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