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Sunflower Wall Decals

What Sunflowers Symbolize

Because of the way they stretch toward the sun and dedicatedly follow its movement, sunflowers have come to symbolize loyalty, devotion and admiration. The dazzling yellow colors of their petals, which so closely resemble the bright rays of the sun, have also been associated with warmth, happiness and longevity. It’s for these reasons that sunflowers have become the go-to gift and decoration for bringing glowing smiles to our loved ones’ faces!

Daisy Wall Decals

Daisies are perhaps the most cheerful plant on the planet. You can find them on any continent except Antarctica. Gardeners cultivate them in stately flowerbeds.

In many places, especially in the U.S., daisies grow wild, bringing light and life to the scenery.

The meaning of daisies is related to their cheerful appearance. They are flowers that symbolize positivity. The bride with a daisy crown shows herself as pure and innocent.

Think of a young girl plucking daisy petals, repeating, “He loves me, he loves me not”, with a dreamy belief in true romance.

The daisy symbolizes innocence in Christianity, too. It is a sacred symbol of the Virgin Mary, or alternatively, the Christ child.

However, in Norse mythology, daisies have a different meaning. There, they are symbols of love, fertility, and motherhood. Daisies are also associated with freshness by the phase, “fresh as a daisy”.

In western countries, daisies mean simplicity and transformation.

In a Roman myth, a nymph turns herself into a field of daisies to avoid hurting the feelings to the Roman god of seasons.

In Native American lore, the daisy is a sun symbol, representing joy, life, and truth.

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