Dandelion Field
Dandelion Field

Blow on a dandelion and make a wish and watch the seeds fly into the wind.

Dandelion is from the old French for lion’s tooth dent de lion, referring to its jagged leaves. The Latin name Taraxacum Officinale refers to its cure-all medicinal properties and has been used for thousands of years to heal.

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Dragonfly Moon
Dragonfly Moon

Creatures of the wind and water, the dragonfly symbolises many things — freedom, wisdom and adaptability.

Its iridescence reflects the magic of light and its fragile wings remind us of sensitivity and awareness of which way the wind blows.

 

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Flannel Flowers
Flannel Flowers

Soft as velvet, the colour of the moon. These flowers are a gift of warmth and comfort.

 

Their Latin name actinotus helianthi literally means “in the form of rays like the sunflower”.

Despite looking like they belong to the daisy family, they are actually members of the carrot family Apiaceae.

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Lotus Garden
Lotus Garden

To gaze upon a lotus garden can bring peace, harmony and clarity.

This is a very special flower in many cultures and traditions. What they all share in common is the idea of the lotus as a symbol of purity rising from the depths of a muddy pond to reach into the light of the sun and moon to radiate beauty.

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Lunar Floral Garden
Lunar Floral Garden

Every living thing is effected by the gravitational pull of the moon — the ocean tides, animal behaviour and the growth of plant life.

Under the glow of this bright full moon these blossoms bloom and thrive, stretching their tendrils up into the night sky.

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