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Bee on Nigella A6 Card

Bee on Nigella A6 Card


A6 tent fold card with a photograph of a bee supping upon a Nigella (aka 'Love-in-a-mist') flower with a quotation from ‘The Eternity of Nature’ by John Clare on the reverse side. The card is left blank inside for your own personal message and comes with a white envelope.

  • Floral (and Bee!) Notes

    One of my favourite garden flowers, Nigella blooms from June to August. It is also known as "love-in-a-mist" and "St. Catherine's flower". St. Catherine is the patron saint of chastity, learning and craftsmen who work with a wheel such as potters and spinners. Her 'feast day' is celebrated on 25th November and this flower is dedicated to her. It is a symbol of delicacy and harmony and said to have the power to create strong bonds of love. The bee is a powerful symbol associated with long life, good health and loyalty.

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