The floral coat-of-arms emblem of Florence,
Iris can be found growing abundantly in the Tuscan countryside. It is a flower that transmits positive vibrations and is perfect to offer in the case of imminent changes or good news, or to wish someone who is about to take an important step good luck.
Its petals, which are as crimson as they are fragile,
make it the symbol of a captivating, but ephemeral
passion, subject to the dangers of time.
Renowned for its exciting and intoxicating scent,
the person who wears this essence is said to be irresistible. It was highly appreciated by the Greeks and Romans, who grew it who grew it to attract bees and obtain an excellent honey.
Long-admired for its restorative properties, the fragrance of lavender creates an oasis of relaxation. Only a few drops are necessary to regain serenity and equilibrium and dispel tension and stress with greater insouciance.
Studding the hills surrounding Florence, this tree has
long been admired for its fresh, invigorating scent.
In ancient times, it was the emblem of immortality.
During the Renaissance, Sweet Violet was said
to conceal its secrets of seduction and symbolic love.
As told by the legend: Vulcan, to conquer the reluctant
and very beautiful Venus, appeared before her flaunting
this elixir. And at last, the goddess put aside
her reluctance and kissed him.