Etymologically derived from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning ‘day’s eye’, the ‘daisy’ carries many different symbolic associations; it is primarily associated with innocence and purity because of its white petals. Daisies are also often used to represent true love because each daisy is actually two flowers blended together in harmony. In Victorian flower language, different types of daisy were variously construed to symbolise innocence, cheerfulness and departure or farewell.

Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 10 × 4 × 13 cm

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