In the flower language, the pansy is the symbol of the power of loving thoughts and memory. As early as the 19th century, lovers often sent small bouquets of pansies, known as pensées. You should assure the recipient of eternal fidelity. The pansy also appears in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Oberon uses the juice of this garden plant as erotic magic to make Titania in love with himself.
Flower splendor on the table
The pansy is, depending on the area, also known under the names Dreifaltigkeitskraut, heart rust, fair face or maiden eye. The name pansies is explained by the shape of the flower: the lowest, broad leaf, the "stepmother", partially covers the lateral leaves, the "daughters". These in turn cover the uppermost leaves, the "stepdaughters". The pansy belongs to the family of the violet family and is very popular in Europe, because it persistently defies the cold. Rain and snow can not break the inflorescences thanks to their small height of at most 30 cm. Even in the winter-bare garden, the pansies light up with their colorful flowers and spread a good mood and spring-like hope feelings. This is a good reason to make the pansies the center of a cozy afternoon invitation. For the goal you can bring small, nicely arranged pots with the petite flowers into the house and beautify them with the coffee table. For additional flower freshness in the decoration also cut flowers of large-flowered flowers, which are placed in water-filled vessels. A particularly harmonious picture is created, if you also design the interior of the room according to the stepmothers motto. In addition to nice little accessories, such as a painted with pansy box, which is on a side table to advantage. Even curtains or throw pillows with the pretty flowers serve as the perfect frame. Tablecloths and napkins also take on the color of the flowers. Crockery and candles may also like to shine in violet blue or blossom-yellow. To match silver cutlery, vases and candlesticks and provide for special color accents in which they put bright highlights on the colorful coffee table.
Flower splendor on the Festerbank as spring decoration
As already mentioned, pansies belong to the family of the violet family and are thus, like other violets, edible. Natural or candied they are a beautiful, unusual decoration for desserts, cakes and salad dishes.
Pansy garland as decoration for the note board
Tablecloths and napkins also take on the color of the flowers
Pansies are a fancy decoration for desserts and cakes
Pansies are a popular retro motif for home accessories
Pansy retro motif for home accessories
The colorful colors of the pansies can be enjoyed everywhere