Meaning and Facts
is one of the oldest flowers around today. Native to
and temperate areas of
, it’s believed the Lilac didn’t make it to the United States until the
is the state flower of
. The Lilac symbolism for the state is meant to be a nod to the residents’
. Lilacs are also the official flower of the
culture it was believed lilacs held
because of their captivating fragrance.
Lilac symbolism is connected to
. It was tradition to hold a Lilac bloom over a newborn’s head to impart the wisdom within the flower.
the Lilac is a traditional flower given to
as a celebration of their achievements and new beginning.
Meaning By Color
purity and innocence
Blue - h
appiness and tranquility
love and passion
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