Violet Dust Lilac Freesia

The name Freesia derives from botanist Christian P Ecklon who named the delicate bloom after his fellow botanist Friedrich HT Freese as a commemoration of their friendship.  Considered to symbolise friendship, trust and innocence, it has become one of the most popular flowers in the world.

Popular as a wedding flower since the 1950s, freesias are said to represent the trust between a couple and are considered the official flower for a seventh wedding anniversary.

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