"Courting nobles from the great houses once practiced the custom of exchanging floral jewellery beneath the now-vanished dome of Auldale Botanical Gardens. The jewelled bouquets represented a love that would never die."
A gift of childlike innocence, or, an insult of virginal petals plucked.
Red roses declared true love, or called for a mortal duel at dawn.
The blushing petals signify the giver's bashfulness, or, their embarrassed disgust.
The iris is a harbinger of good tidings, unless it is pinned inverted.
The embodiment of pride, this gift signifies either admiration or pity.
Lilacs were given for luck.