Him (#35186694)
Level 1 Mirror
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This dragon’s natural inborn element is Ice.
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Skin

Scene

Measurements

Length
5.16 m
Wingspan
6.57 m
Weight
537.46 kg

Genetics

Primary Gene
Pearl
Basic
Pearl
Basic
Secondary Gene
Chartreuse
Basic
Chartreuse
Basic
Tertiary Gene
Tarnish
Basic
Tarnish
Basic

Hatchday

Hatchday
Aug 15, 2017
(4 years)

Breed

Breed
Adult
Mirror

Eye Type

Eye Type
Ice
Common
Level 1 Mirror
EXP: 0 / 245
STR
7
AGI
8
DEF
6
QCK
8
INT
5
VIT
6
MND
5

Lineage

Parents

  • none

Offspring

  • none

Biography

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Ink Drop Flower Shop Encylcopedia


Welcome!

Below you will find the encyclopedia to the flowers offered at Ink Drop.

Alstroemeria wrote:
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"This popular flower symbolizes devotion and friendship. Its leaves grow upside down and twist outwards from the stem as it grows - much like the twists, turns and growth of friendships! Alstroemeria is also a symbol of wealth, fortune and prosperity. If well taken care of, this flower can be very, very long lasting!"
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Always-Autumn wrote:
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"While thistle often has a reputation for being a cursed flower with violent symbolism, it is also known to represent bravery, devotion, durability, strength, determination, and unity. This particular variant is popular for its sunset colors."
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Amaranth wrote:
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"The Amaranth flower is considered one of the central symbols for immortality, as its name means “unfading.” Many dragons present this flower not just as an attractive blossom, but to represent their unfading affection for the recipient."
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Anubias Nana wrote:
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"This plant takes a very long time for it to bloom. Raising them is a journey of patience. As such, they symbolize resilience, perseverance, and bravery."
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Bee Orchid wrote:
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"Despite several attempts, this flower will only grow during the Night of the Nocturne. They are carefully kept alive throughout the year to remain a precious gift. As such, they are often given to others for valuable trading. It is a gesture to show the recipient how much they mean to the giver."
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Bicolor Petunia wrote:
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"While the meaning of the petunias can be contradictory, the positive connotations of the flower can tell one that being with them is soothing. The colors of this particular variant lend towards expressing charm, grace, mystery, fantasy, innocence, trust, truth, and dignity. "
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Black Tulip wrote:
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"The Black Tulip represents power and strength. Their mysterious and elegant shade depicts royalty. The difficult nature to produce a truly black tulip typically keeps them reserved as a gift for someone is truly special."
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Black-lipped Wolfsbane wrote:
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"The poisonous nature of this plant to mammals has given it a reputation for representing caution, misanthropy, and death. However, the beautiful shape and contrast has still allowed it to prevail in bouquets as a symbol of reverence and respect."
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Blood Spath wrote:
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"The color of this flower supplies a bouquet with a representation of desire, strength, and passionate love. It also expresses courage, respect, and admiration."
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Bloody Snapdragon wrote:
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"This flower's beautiful shape but awful taste has led it to represent both deception and graciousness. Some dragons use it as a protector against falsehoods, but others use it as an apology or for commending the receiver's inner strength in a very trying time."
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Blue Parrot Tulip wrote:
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"The fluffy, large petals of this flower make it a lovely addition to any arrangement. It symbolizes Spring, peace, trust, loyalty, and tranquility. Its very popular as it flowers over a long time."
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Blue Rose wrote:
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"As this rose has been created artificially by the Miths and cannot be found growing in Sornieth, the blue rose often represents mystery or the impossible. Gifting it to someone is complimenting them on their unique nature, or commenting that you find them extraordinary."
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Bluelipped Thresh wrote:
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"The resilience of this flower has led it to represent perseverance and growth. Additionally, it is known to symbolize hope, desire, love, and striving for the infinite. The beautiful blues of this species are pleasant to the eye."
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Carnaval Tulip wrote:
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"These flowers generally represent eternal love. However, they can also express a true, worthy love due to their stunning colors. Tulips are often thought of being 'just right' as they are not a small nor glamorous flower. They are especially treasured by Plague dragons as a nice spot of color in the Wyrmwound."
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Chickweed wrote:
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"Though considered a weed, the flowers that come with this plant symbolize abundance and the desire to maintain or strengthen relationships. However, Chickweek enjoys an abudance of associated meanings, such as luck, balance, endurance, strength, and connections to lunar or stellar energies."
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Cindermint wrote:
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"Symbolizing hospitality and wisdom, this colorful varient of mint makes for nice filler in a bouquet!"
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Cliffside Milkweed wrote:
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"Milkweed is known for its unique connection to butterflies, which has led it to represent remembrance, dignity, and freedom. However, the location of this particular species, clinging to the cliffs of the Harpy's Roost, and the perseverance of the plant lets the receiver know your dedication to your relationship."
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Crisp-leaf Amaranth wrote:
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"The Amaranth flower is considered one of the central symbols for immortality, as its name means “unfading.” Many people present this flower by itself, not just as an attractive blossom, but to represent their unfading affection for the recipient. This type of amaranth provides a vibrant green color to any arrangement."
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Daffodil wrote:
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"While it comes in other colors, the daffodil is known for its bright yellow color. They symbolize rebirth and new beginnings, making it a popular flower in Spring. It is thought to bring luck and happiness to the recipient."
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Dayglo Thresh wrote:
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"The resilience of this flower has led it to represent perseverance and growth. Additionally, it is known to symbolize hope, desire, love, and striving for the infinite. This species is a lovely addition to a bouquet going towards a magically-inclined lair, as the magic allows the flower to have an extra pop!"
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Delta Orchid wrote:
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"The orchid is a favorite of many dragons as it is a very elegant and ornamental flower. This red variant symbolizes passion and desire, but can also symbolize courage and strength."
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Desert Cactus wrote:
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"A prickled cactus is a great sign of perseverance and endurance. Most at home with desert-like plants, it can make a great gift among succulents and as a sign of dedication."
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Dusk Aconite wrote:
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"The Dusk Aconite is an often overlooked flower during the daytime; however at night, its beauty really comes forth to shine. In some regions it has been used to represent untimely death. However, more popularly, it represents strength in dark times and overcoming obstacles."
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Dustbowl Ivy wrote:
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"The orchid is a favorite of many dragons as it is a very elegant and ornamental flower. This red variant symbolizes passion and desire, but can also symbolize courage and strength."
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Dusty Marigold wrote:
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"While the marigold is associated with the sun, this variant is more representative of the desire for riches. Though it lacks the vibrancy of its fellow marigolds, it is still a lovely choice to symbolize beauty and freshness to a muted palette."
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Feverfew wrote:
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"Given the healing abilities of this plant, the feverfew's flowers often symbolize healing or protection."
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Fire Flower wrote:
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"The vibrancy of this flower makes it a popular choice for warmly colored bouquets, and is especially enjoyed in the Ashfall Waste. It is also known to represent health and glory."
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Floating Maiden wrote:
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"The ability of this flower to flourish has led them to represent wellness, hope, and peace. However, they are also thought to symbolize purity and fertility due to their relationship with water."
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Fogflower wrote:
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"While thistle often has a reputation for being a cursed flower with violent symbolism, it is also known to represent bravery, devotion, durability, strength, determination, and unity. This variant certainly does so, rewarding those patient enough to find their delicious hearts."
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Football Mums wrote:
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"Chrysanthemums are associated as being a memorial flower in some regions of Sornieth. They are often used to honor those who have passed or those who have left the lair to serve their deity. However, this flower still maintains popularity in a general setting due to its vibrancy and beauty; in some regions, it even has the opposite connotation and represents healing, joy, and longevity."
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Fragrant Orchid wrote:
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"If the recipient doesn't mind the smell, these flowers can make for a lovely addition to a Plague themed bouquet! Their elegant shape might be worth the trade off."
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Frosted Violets wrote:
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"These blue violets symbolize love and faithfulness, as well as general love, affection, and faith. The delicate frost that rests on its petals can help sooth a home-sick Ice dragon!"
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Golden Milkweed wrote:
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"Contrasting its color, the milkweed is representative of sorrowful remembrance. It can also mean that there is still hope in sorrow, or 'let me go'. However, its use as a pigment as also led dragons to use it to just add some color to a bouquet. "
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Greenpod Bloom wrote:
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"Freshly roasted and blooming, these Greenpods add a nice delicate flair of green and act as wonderful filler."
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Greenstripe Amaranth wrote:
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"The Amaranth flower is considered one of the central symbols for immortality, as its name means “unfading.” Many people present this flower by itself, not just as an attractive blossom, but to represent their unfading affection for the recipient. This type of Amaranth provides a soothing green color to any arrangement, and is less vibrant than its Crisp-leaf counterpart."
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Hallowed Ivy wrote:
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"Ivy is a good addition to a bouquet, representing strong affectionate attachment to friends or significant others. This particular variant is cherished for its uplifting abilities and its beautiful color."
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Heart Rose wrote:
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"The unmistakable red rose has always been significant in flower language as the flower of love. It is a powerful symbol, conveying devotion, respect, admiration, desire, and love. This red rose in particular is often given to dragons the giver deems significant to them. While popular for partnered dragons, the rose can also symbolize love to a friend or family member."
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Imperial Tails wrote:
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"While considered boring food to some dragons in particular regions, the fluffy and colorful nature of this grass makes it a fun addition to spruce up a bouquet."
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Indigo Mimosa wrote:
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"Known for its beautiful hue and potent ability to create vibrant dye, this flower is cherished by artists."
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Jasmine wrote:
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"The Jasmine flower is associated with beauty, love, appreciation, good luck, purity, and sensuality; it depends on what region of Sornieth you're in! Overall, this flower is a good addition with good intentions, and their gentle nature and dainty petals make for a pretty, eye-catching bouquet. "
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Juneflower wrote:
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"Similarly to Jasmine, this flower consists of delicate petals and showcases soft colors. It enjoys great popularity over Sornieth due to its symbolism in joy and celebration and its two-toned petals."
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Lace Lantana wrote:
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"Dealing with Lantanas can be a dangerous task due to the slightly toxic juice in its leaves and un-ripe fruit. However, the fruit, once ripe, is delicious, and the flowers of this plant are beautiful. As such, it represents rigor and strength."
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Lume Daffodil wrote:
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"A counterpart to the Daffodil, this Lume variant also symbolizes rebirth, luck, and new beginnings. However,it represents the power and energy of the moon rather than the sun. They are more popular in the Fall, but enjoy popularity year-round in all regions and make particularly good gifts to Shadow and Lightning dragons!"
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Madame Snapdragon wrote:
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"True to its contrasting nature of myth and reality, this gorgeous flower represents both graciousness and deception. It remains popular in bouquets (and not cuisine) for its stunning colors and beautiful shapes."
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Maidens Blush wrote:
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"The Maidens Blush is most symbolic of Springtime love, but it enjoys more common use as a delicate filler due to its small flowers and bright color."
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Manyleaves wrote:
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"An easily recognizable flower, the Manyleaves enjoys popularity in bouquets all over Sornieth, especially is popular in the Shifting Expanse. The difficulty of grasping this aloe plant makes it quite a statement, and its striking color makes it sure to brighten up any arrangement."
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Marigold wrote:
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"The marigold enjoys a variety of connotations, including passion, creativity, passion, and bravery. It occasionally can represent cruelty, grief, and jealousy- making it quite a gift for someone whom is perhaps admired and feared. The former symbolism is more favored, and the Marigold remains an extremely popular flower for arrangements.
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Matucana Polzii wrote:
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"Quite a peculiar pick for a bouquet, this prickly friend is at home with a pot of succulents or desert flowers! Most commonly known to represent endurance and strength, some dragons feel it also shows a mother's unconditional love."
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Moor Thistle wrote:
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"While thistle often has a reputation for being a cursed flower with violent symbolism, it is also known to represent bravery, devotion, durability, strength, determination, and unity. This variation is treasured by dragons in the Tangled Wood, whom find it to be symbolic of protection."
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Myosotis wrote:
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"Most dragons know this flower by its 'common' name- "Forget-Me-Not". They represent remembrance, and true love. Its beautiful shape and soft blue tones prove to keep this flower as a popular choice for bouquets."
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Pale Pink Rose wrote:
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"The lovely color of this fine rose signifies grace, gentleness, and happiness. It also naturally carries tones of sweetness and love as a rose."
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Pampas Grass wrote:
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"This grass is used not only to decorate lair entrances, but to decorate bouquets too! The sunny colors and fluffy shape make it an unique addition to an arrangement. ."
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Patio Rose wrote:
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"While these roses are often gifted to smaller dragons, they can make a lovely accent for any bouquet. They represent young love, eternal loyalty, purity, innocence, and everlasting love."
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Peace Lily wrote:
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"The lily is said to represent the rebirth of the soul. It can symbolize peace and hope, and is often given to others as a gesture of sympathy, an apology gift, or a wish for the receiver to get well. In some regions, it also can signify purification, tranquility, and prosperity; its beautiful shape and ever-lasting flower make it fairly popular despite the somber tone often associated with it. "
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Pompom Mums wrote:
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"Chrysanthemums are associated as being a memorial flower in some regions of Sornieth. They are often used to honor those who have passed or those who have left the lair to serve their deity. However, this flower still maintains popularity in a general setting due to its vibrancy and beauty; in some regions, it even has the opposite connotation and represents healing, joy, and longevity. The color of the pompom mum gives it a mysterious feel and unique look."
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Red Emperor Tulip wrote:
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"These flowers generally represent eternal love. However, their colors also can also express a true, worthy love. Tulips are often thought of being 'just right' as they are not too small nor too glamorous of a flower flower. This variant is prized for its rich cherry red color, making it a lovely decoration and great 'king' of any bouquet!"
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Redblood Sapper wrote:
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"This strange plant has rather dark connotations due to its nature of strangling other blooms. However, its deep red color make it a stunning flower, and its prominance in producing dyes has kept it from being completely avoided."
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Royal Lantana wrote:
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"Dealing with Lantanas can be a dangerous task due to the slightly toxic juice in its leaves and un-ripe fruit. However, the fruit, once ripe, is delicious, and the flowers of this plant are beautiful. As such, it represents rigor and strength. This variant has an added touch of dignity, purity, and accomplishment due to its colors."
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Sanddrift Aconite wrote:
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"Easily identifiable for its small flowers and bright hue, the sanddrift aconite is a great addition to a bouquet for someone with a sunny disposition. It pairs well as a filler but also can easily be the star of the show. Treasured for its ability in dyes and affectionate meanings."
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Sandhills Amaranth wrote:
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"The amaranth flower is considered one of the central symbols for immortality, as its name means “unfading.” Many people present this flower by itself, not just as an attractive blossom, but to represent their unfading affection for the recipient. This type of amaranth provides a nice touch of a purple-red hue, accompanied by vibrant green leaves."
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Satin Violets wrote:
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"These violets symbolize romantic love and faithfulness, as well as general love, affection, and faith. The silky soft petals and purple-blue color make it a popular bloom."
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Siltvine wrote:
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"The potentially toxic nature of this plant prevent some dragons from planting it. However, the captivating complimentary colors can add a rich tone to a purple bouquet, and let the receiver know they are highly respected."
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Smolderpetal wrote:
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"The lily is said to represent the rebirth of the soul. Though often used as an apology or sympathetic gesture, this particular variant has enjoyed frequent use for its stunning shapes and vermilion and dark red shades. The smolderpetal has taken on a meaning of everlasting strength and celebration of a fiery soul; they make a wonderful gesture to any Fire-aligned dragon!"
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Spathiphyllum wrote:
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"The tendency of this plant to thrive in areas with little to no light have led for it to represent prosperity and valiant determination. The white color and beautiful shape have made it a popular lair decoration across Sornieth. However, despite the other symbolism, it has also taken on the meaning of un-confessed or forgotten love, as well as grief - particularly following a period of somberness."
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Spearmint wrote:
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"The soft green petals with a slight blue hue make this a wonderful filler to cool-colored bouquets!"
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Speckled Fire Lily wrote:
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"The lily is said to represent the rebirth of the soul. Though often used as an apology or sympathetic gesture, this particular variant has enjoyed becoming a symbol of reverence, respect, and unmatched determination due to its growth next to magma vents (and the difficult journey to harvest them!). Giving a bouquet rich with these lilies is a rather extravagant gesture."
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Speckled Petunia wrote:
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"While the meaning of the petunias can be contradictory, the positive connotations of the flower can tell one that being with them is soothing. The colors of this particular petunia variant lend towards expressing desire, love, hope, beauty, and purity."
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Spiral Aloe wrote:
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"The ability of this plant to heal has given it a connotation of immortality - which is quite a contrast to the fact that it withers quickly once picked! Iit also represents protection and makes a lovely addition with its green-edged leaves."
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Starfall Blossom wrote:
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"The striking colors of these flowers make them extremely popular in most regions. They especially lend themselves to being favored by Arcane and Shadow dragons, and represent royalty, uniqueness, reverence, admiration, and accomplishment. "
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Stellaria Media wrote:
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"The vibrant blue color of this tiny, delicate flower represent mystery and affection. They make not only a delicious addition to any bouqet, but a great filler as well."
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Thistle wrote:
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"While thistle often has a reputation for being a cursed flower with violent symbolism, it is also known to represent bravery, devotion, durability, strength, determination, and unity."
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Umbra Parthenium wrote:
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"Representing healing and protection, this plant is popular across Sornieth- not only because of its fluffy blooms but also for its delicious taste."
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Venus Flytrap wrote:
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"This addition is sure to make a bouquet last long after the flowers have withered! Carefully included in their own pot, they symbolize instincts, intuition, perspective, empowerment, will, strength, and prophetic events. They are treasured particularly in the Scarred Wasteland, but are sure to fill any receiver with joy at having a new 'familiar'!"
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Wild Catsup wrote:
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"Popular for its delicate petals and beautiful shape, the brilliant red of this flower represents love, and passion. The difficulty in finding them has resulted in their representing determination and special relationships."
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Wild Mustard wrote:
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"The nicely-shaped petals of this plant and sunny disposition have made it remain fairly popular in bouquet use. Guaranteed to add a nice dash of color!"
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Wilting Rose wrote:
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"The wilted nature of this rose often represents lack of hope, disillusion, and sadness. Often given in a gesture of apology or to convey regret."
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Winterbelle wrote:
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"The stunning blossoms and riveting colors of this hardy flower make it extremely popular, especially in Winter seasons and the Southern Icefield. It represents the beauty in strength, determination, and purity."
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Withered Rose wrote:
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"The withered state of this rose has rather contrasting connotations depending on the context. It can represent destroyed or faded affections, lost hope, the death of a dream - or determination, survival, the infinite, and hope."
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