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From Roses to Sunflowers: A Guide to 30 Popular Flowers Around the World

Flowers have been admired for their beauty and symbolic meaning for centuries. They have been used in everything from cultural traditions and religious ceremonies to romantic gestures and expressions of sympathy. But with so many different flowers out there, it can be hard to keep them all straight. That’s where “From Roses to Sunflowers: A Guide to 30 Popular Flowers Around the World” comes in.

This handy guidebook covers 30 of the most popular flowers from around the globe. Each flower is presented with a full-color photograph and a description that includes its common name, scientific name, symbolism, and any interesting facts or historical significance.

For example, did you know that the rose is the national flower of the United States, the United Kingdom, and several other countries? Or that the daisy symbolizes innocence and purity, while the chrysanthemum is associated with death and mourning in some cultures?

Other flowers covered in the guide include the lotus, orchid, tulip, daffodil, iris, and carnation. Each flower’s symbolism is explored in depth, as well as any cultural or historical significance it may have. For instance, the lotus is revered in many Eastern religions for its ability to rise above the muddy waters it grows in and bloom into a beautiful flower, symbolizing spiritual enlightenment.

In addition to the photographs and descriptions, the book also includes tips on growing and caring for each flower. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, you’ll find useful information on sunlight, soil, watering, and fertilization.

“From Roses to Sunflowers” is the perfect companion for anyone who loves flowers. Whether you’re looking to learn more about the flowers in your own backyard or explore the world of exotic blooms, this guidebook is sure to be a treasured resource. So why not pick up a copy today and start discovering the fascinating world of flowers?