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Tuberose Flower Meaning and Symbolism

Tuberose Flower Meaning and Symbolism

The name causes us to think the flower is a member of the rose family, but it’s not. Tuberose is a member of the agave family and a distant relative of the hyacinth. The blooms look or smell nothing like rose blooms.  Tuberose Flower Meaning and Symbolism is full of enigmas intertwined with mystical Greek mythology. Tuberose is native to Mexico and thrives in warm climates around the world. The plant is grown in home gardens for beauty and fragrance, but its primary usage is in the making of perfume. The flowers open at night and fill the air with intoxicating fragrance. Due to the nighttime bloom cycle, many cultures and ears have associated the flower with wild, unbridled passion. Meanings The tuberose dates...

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