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Hyacinth

If you’re looking for a flower that is rich in beauty you don’t need to look further. The Hyacinth is a ravishing flower that is best known for its intoxicating scent and beautiful appearance. As a cut flower and as a garden plant, it is definitely a flower that is going to turn heads and fill your garden or home with gorgeous perfume of nature. It also has an aura that resonates around the Easter holiday. They grow in variant hues and are the perfect gifts for the return of the spring season.

Description

The Hyacinth flower name comes from the Greek legend about a gorgeous young man called Hyakinthos who was slain because of jealousy by the god Zephyr the god of the west wind. The Zephyr god fought for the attention of the beautiful young man against Apollo the god of sun. Apollo distraught by the tragedy, finds a flower sprung in the spot where the young boy died names the flower Hyacinth In honor of the Hyakinthos. This symbolic meaning has remained the same throughout history. Additionally, the name Hyacinth is also derived from the word jacinth which means blue gemstone. There are also many different names in various cultures along with many different blooms that are solid in color. Some of these colors are purple, white, red and yellow.

 

Significance

  • Sincerity
  • Jealousy
  • Sports Activities
  • Rashness
  • Sorrow

 

Colour & Symbolism

 

  • Purple:  Spirituality, Royalty, Sorrow & Forgiveness
  • White:  Innocence and purity
  • Red:  Recreation, Playfulness, Passion & romance
  • Yellow:  Jealousy
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