Freesia
Freesia

Freesia is a genus which contains approximately 20 speciesof herbaceous perennial plants in the family Iridaceae, native to Africa.

Their fragrant and bell-shaped blooms appear on one side of a 30 – 40 cm (1 ft) stem, called a scape. Because of their fragrance, Freesias are one of the most popular flowers in the world and usually grown for use as cut flowers. 

Meaning: Freesia was named in honor of German physician Friedrich Heinrich Theodor Freese

Symbolism: Freesia symbolizes freedomfriendshiptrust, thoughtfulness and innocence.

 

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