We are Wildflowers
untamed and free
in the places where we dream
colourful and vibrant
in the places where we dance
strong and fearless
from the places that were broken
resilient and enduring
from the garden in our hearts
we are no other…
We are Wild
A collection as unique as you…
Flowers brighten our lives with their beauty and fragrance, but our affinity to them can be so much deeper. Sometimes they remind us of our childhood, the way our grandma’s garden smelled. Others commemorate a special occasion. Some remind us of a most cherished loved one. Whatever the reason, they hold a tender spot in our hearts. This collection celebrates all the moments in our lives we hold so dear.
We press and dry each piece and set in the highest quality materials; the result is a stunning interpretation of the uniqueness of each of us, no two pieces are alike.
The 2019 feature flower is the Bougainvillea Glabra, chosen for its vibrant colours and outstanding personality.
Bougainvillea is the symbol of passion, liveliness and life experience.
It is species of shrubs, vines and small trees in the family Nyctaginaceae, native to South America. The colourful papery “flowers” are actually modified leaves called bracts that surround the tiny white flowers.
About 75 different flowering shrubs share the botanical name of Hydrangea. the name hydrangea comes from the Greek “hydor,” meaning water, and “angos,” meaning jar or vessel. The flower was first discovered and cultivated in Japan, but it spread across Asia for hundreds of years before coming to Europe and North America. Hydrangeas are often given to express sincere, heartfelt gratitude.
Red Poppy is a symbol of remembrance and hope. Often worn to show support for those who serve, support and have given their lives for a positive future and a peaceful world, adopted as the official symbol of remembrance in the UK in 1921. This wildflower flourishes in disturbed soil so can often be found in farmers’ fields.
1% of sales from this collection will be donated to support The Royal Canadian Legion, in loving memory of so many. Lest We Forget.
Poinsettias are also know as the Christmas Star, native to Mexico and Guatemala, can now be found as a holiday favourite all over the world. They were prized by the ancient Aztecs as a symbol of purity, now they represent success and good cheer and are said to bring wishes of mirth and celebration.