Plants, Trees, and Flowers Page #2

This page lists all the various symbols in the Plants, Trees, and Flowers category.

The natural world is home to a vast variety of symbols, and plants, trees and flowers are among the most symbolically charged objects you'll ever encounter. Some of their symbolic meanings are widely known; the rose is a near-universal symbol of love and poppies are a tribute to those who have died in the great wars of the 20th century.

Such meanings, however, are only the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and the number of symbolic associations to be drawn from the plant world is nearly as extensive as the number of species themselves.

Symbols in this category:

Saffron

Saffron is a spice with both culinary uses and symbolic importance. Difficult to find and time consuming to gather and process, it was highly prized by many cultures and has acquired a number of important meanings over the centuries.

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Shamrock (clover)

In modern times, this little weed has come to serve as a visual metaphor for anything connected with Ireland, and many people simply take it at face value. However, the shamrock actually has some interesting history behind it that everyone should know about.

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Tulasi Plant

Tulasi, also called as the Indian Basil has a lot of significance in the Hindu mythology. People worship the plant like a goddess (deity) and consider it a very sacred plant. Tulasi is an excellent herb and has many healing properties.

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White Rose

Perhaps the most famous of all flowers, the rose has been a prominent symbol for many millennia. The symbolic meanings of this flower are almost innumerable, but one of the easiest ways to catalog them is by the color of individual blossoms.

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Wisteria crest

The emblem (mon) of the Kujō aristocratic family of Japan, as well as the Hongan-ji school of the Jōdo Shinshū tradition of Pure Land Buddhism.

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Yellow Rose

Perhaps the most famous of all flowers, the rose has been a prominent symbol for many millennia. The facets of this flower’s symbolic meaning are almost innumerable, but one of the easiest ways to catalog those facets is by the color of individual blossoms.

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