THE LANGUAGE OF HYPERICUM BERRIES
Hypericum is a flowering plant in the family Hypericaceae. It is native to Europe and is often found in woodland areas.
After hypericum flowers during spring/summer, it is followed by fabulous berries that come out in autumn/winter.
HYPERICUM IN BOUQUETS
These colourful berries are the perfect addition to bouquets during the colder season. They come in fabulous clusters and can be found in a variety of different shades, making them a diverse and unique addition to your bouquet.
We love the texture and contrast they give against all the other flowers whilst adding a festive touch.
HYPERICUM FOR WEDDINGS AND EVENTS
When it comes to winter weddings, some couples find it hard to decide which flowers they would like to use. Hypericum berries are such a simple yet effective way to style your wedding or event. Whether it's a single stem bridal bouquet or mixed in with other flowers for your winter tablescape - hypericum berries are a wonderful addition!
HYPERICUM IN HISTORY
One species of hypericum is also known as 'St. John's Wort'. Dating back to Ancient Greek, it has been used in medicines as it is known to have antibacterial and antioxidant properties.
In addition to being used for medical purposes, in the middle ages hypericum was also used as it was believed to ward of evil and offer protection.
THE MEANING OF HYPERICUM
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