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Walter Knoll's Dashing Daisies Bouquet
Send these bright and joyful daisies and that special someone's heart will skip a beat or two. Shown is our smallest version. White and yellow daisies arrive in a clear glass bubble bowl or select all white or all yellow daisies. Three sizes to choose from. The Daisy: History and Origin The daisy derived its English name from the Anglo-Saxon term daeseage, or "day's eye," referring to the way this flower opens and closes with the sun. Sentiment & Symbolism Primarily known as the symbol of childhood innocence, this charming wildflower is said to originate from a Dryad who presided over forests, meadows, and pastures. According to Roman mythological legend, the nymph Belides, as she danced with the other nymphs at the edge of the forest, caught the eye of Vertumnus, the god of the orchards. To escape his unwanted attention, she transformed herself into the flower bellis, which is the daisy's botanical name. Similar in appearance to some chysanthemums, daisies continue to be associated with simplicity and modesty — two characteristics carried over from Victorian times. A well-known practice originated with heartbroken Victorian maids who wished to be loved once again by their suitors. A maid would pluck a daisy's petals one by one, chanting, "He loves me, he loves me not," for each petal pulled. Of course, it was the last petal that predicted the situation's outcome.
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