Flower Field Luminary
Flower Field Luminary
This emerald colored glass luminary features a flower field with a variety of flowers. The Aster, Daisy, Sunflower, Coreopsis, and African Corn Lily are all showcased in this botanical design. This one-of-a kind glass luminary is perfect for the flower-loving and is certain to keep illuminating your life with flowers that will never truly die.
This luminary features a few different types of flowers. The first one being the Coreopsis flower. These flowers are native to North America and are considered to a be a relative of the sunflower. Some native tribes believed making teas with these flowers would ensure female children. In the Victorian language of flowers, Coreopsis means “love at first sight”.
The color and shape of these flowers resemble bright, golden coins and are believed to bring good luck in money matters or games of chance when mixed with other herbs. They are also said to be one of the fairies favorite flowers and aid in creating magical gardens.
The daisy flower is another one featured on this luminary. In addition to the popular white color, daisies can also come in other colors including yellow, purple, pink, red, and orange. White symbolizes innocence, yellow is cheerfulness, and pink/red resemble love. Of the 124 types of daisy studies, they have an average of 24 petals. They can have as few as 6 and as many as 42-54 petals.
The Victorian meaning of the daisy is innocence, purity, and loyal love. Loyal love meaning you will keep someone’s secret, vowing to never tell anyone.
The African Corn Lily is also featured on this luminary design. The African Corn Lily also known by its scientific name of Ixia Corn Lily, is a multi-colored wand flower. They originate from South Africa where they have been raised for their bright colors and unique shapes. The African Corn Lily blooms in yellow with brown interiors, coral and peach with brown interiors and white with fuchsia interiors.
Ixia means happiness and these wand flowers thrive in the sunniest and hottest areas of the garden. Their long stem star-shapes flowers attract insects like butterflies which can be seen in this luminary design.