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Everybody knows each flower symbolizes a different kind of emotional feeling. Have you ever thought of why roses are the real representations of love? How has this concept evolved? This tradition or habit dates back to before the nineteenth century however was not formalized until the nineteenth century. The first created list on the language of flowers was Joseph Hammer-Purgstall's 'Dictionaaire du language des fleurs' in 1809. This idea was first discovered and inspired by the women of the Ottoman Empire who used flowers to send messages that they could not speak. Moreover, the Greek and Armenian women helped Hammer-Purgstall interpret the language of flowers and translate Turkish phrases into French. These flowers and their significant meanings are now in your home decors, on your bedspreads to reflect your emotions and affections.