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First in the Floriography range, we have Heather. Being Scottish, it would be rude not to 😜.
Heather is native to our bonnie Scotland, giving our hills its opulent purple complexion. In the age old art form- Floriography, it is believed the purple heather to have protective powers and the pink heather to symbolize beauty and good luck!
Heather was used waaaay back in the day for brooms, back before good old Henry Hoover was invented. This is where it gets its latin name from, CALLUNA VULGARIS, from the Greek word Kallune, which means 'to brush'. Vulgaris meaning 'common'
Everydays a learning day, right!? 😘