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Spring Oxlips A6 Card

Spring Oxlips A6 Card


A6 tent fold card with a photograph of Primula elatior on the front and a lovely uplifting quotation by Reginald Heber (a late 18th/early19th century English bishop and hym-writer) on the reverse side.


The card is left blank for your own message and comes with a white envelope.

  • Floral Notes

    Primula elatior is commonly known as the "oxlip", five-fingered-grass" or "paigle", a name also associated with the cowslip (Primula veris).

    In the Victorian 'Language of Flowers' the oxlip was said to symbolise the expression of one's feelings; these pretty , yellow spring flowers are believed to give the confidence to 'speak out'.

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