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In the Middle Ages small flowers were carried in a man’s pocket or under a girl’s apron as a guide to success in love. If they remained fresh, the owner would gain his heart’s desire; if they withered, all would be lost. “Tis in his buttons’ therefore came to mean ‘he will be successful’. The name ‘Batchelor’s Buttons’ has been loosely applied to several small many petalled cottage-garden flowers, among them Centaurea cyanus, commonly known as cornflower. Nicola Slaney’s vase shows bright, colourful cornflowers, whose turquoise petals are shaded with dark blue and purple near the centre. Packed full of colour to brighten any man’s pocket!
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H 10cm W 13cm
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