There is a powerful intelligence within nature that is so profound, eye opening, and an absolute pleasure to explore which is what Lion Heart Podcats does in this podcast with Cheralyn Darcey.
Join Cheralyn on her CoastFM Radio and Podcast show 39;The Language of Plants'. This week she was talking all things Drought and how to ensure your garden is ready for next summer. To listen click >> Tips to Drought-Proof Your Garden
What your favourite flower says about you By Cheralyn Darcey | 20 August 2018 The Language of Flowers has spoken throughout time to help us share the joys of our celebrations, whispered softly words of comfort in times of need, been our romantic messengers and illuminated pathways of healing to flower and plant-based modalities.
Healing and Communication Using The Language of Flowers How we can fully benefit from our relationship with nature, and in turn assist her, is by understanding plant meanings. Flowers and plants describe the attributes that they hold through their form, function and behaviour.
As Flowepaedia starts to grow its roots into America, Cheralyn is blasting through with more and more interviews, sharing the language and power of plants. Download the latest podcast between Cheralyn and Pat Daccili, host of The Dr.
Have a little wander through the new-age garden and into two of the latest books from Botanical Explorer and artist, Cheralyn Darcey, with The Book of Flower Spells and The Book of Herb Spells.
The language of flowers shares with us the meanings of flowers and we have used this information for centuries to not only better understand our natural environment, but also ourselves.
A beautiful, delicate-looking annual with feathery blue-green leaves, love-in-a-mist Nigella damascena) reaches about 50cm in height and despite it’s looks is surprisingly tough and easy to grow. It's looking fabulous in my garden right now, but can be grown from the tropics in winter) to cold temperate regions thriving in most soils as long as they are well-drained.
Flower Reading Cards is a beautiful book and card set by Flower Therapist Cheralyn Darcey and Rockpool Publishing. The Cards The 36 cards and book are housed in a sturdy box that closes magnetically.
When a flower-worthy occasion arises, it's usually equally as important as it is last minute. You want to send a thoughtful bunch, but choosing the perfect fleurs for the occasion can be tricky, especially if your knowledge of flowers isn't great, or the person you're sending them to doesn't have a favourite bouquet. To make the process more meaningful and less stressful, we asked Cheralyn Darcey, the author of Flowerpaedia, a new A-Z reference guide of flowers and their meanings, to give us the lowdown on which flowers are fitting for every circumstance.
A LITTLE girl trying to grow flowers on Earth after they have all died is the crux of an Aboriginal story about the creation of the flannel blossom. The Sydney north shore native plant is also one of author Cheralyn Darcey's favourite flowers.