Eglantine (Rosa rubiginosa): I Wound to Heal. The name eglantine comes from the Old French aiglent, meaning 'needle,' and briar is the Old English word for 'thorny shrub.' The eglantine's flowers, which vary in colour from deep pink to white, smell enchantingly of apple, especially after rainfall. Pleasure and pain as one are signified by this flower.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): Rosemary. "There's Rosemary, that's for remembrance; Pray, love, remember." - Ophelia, in Act IV, Scene V of Hamlet. This association dates from ancient times, when it was recommended as a remedy against forgetfulness, and students in Ancient Greece were said to wear a garland of it to energize the mind.
Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis): Return of Happiness. The lily of the valley delights in cool, damp places and dappled woodland, where its bell flowers, like scented pearls, are modestly concealed amidst a cluster of bright green leaves. In the floral language it represents the 'return of happines; because its flowers are at their peak in May, the month of merriment when spring turns to summer and happy, carefree days come back to us. #LanguageOfFlowers