Hyacinth

(Bulbs; Gem; Sapphire) These bulbous and bell-shaped flowers in a dream differ in meaning depending on their type, shape and fragrance. If one smells a hyacinth flower in a dream, it means relief from sorrow, end of adversities, good deeds, or making a true promise. Ifone sees a deceased person carrying such a flower, or […]

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Flower Pot

If there were flowers in the flower pot, look up the meaning under “Flowers”, above. If the flower pot was empty or just contained soil, this suggests that you have been suppressing anger or frustration. Also, if you or someone you know is involved with marijuana, the flower “pot” may be a reference to this.

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Narcissus

(bot.) In a dream, a narcissus flower represents a woman. A garland of narcissus in a dream represents a short lived marriage. If an unmarried woman sees herself carrying a coronet of narcissus in a dream, it means a short lived marriage that will end either in divorce or in the death of her husband. […]

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Daisy

(Plant; Woman) In a dream, daisies represent a close friend who will bring a gift or contribute something to one’s business. A daisy flower in a dream is also interpreted to represent a beautiful woman. Gathering daisies from the foot of a mountain in a dream means that a strong man or someone in authority […]

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Lily of the valley

(Flower) In a dream, a lily of the valley denotes harm or a despised act. Receiving a lily flower in a dream means displaying bad conduct, or showing a bad example. (Also see Hyacinth; Water lily)

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Iris

(bot. Perennial plant; Flower) Seeing an Iris flower in a dream signifies recurring festivities, continuing success, happy news, a rainbow of colors, or a foreigner.

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Humming-Bird

-Travel in a foreign land, success there is denoted by a dream of this little creature flittering from flower to flower (Artemidorus).

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Flowers

The feminine principle is often represented in dreams by flowers, as is childhood. The bud represents the potential available, while the opening flower indicates development. To be given a bouquet – and the colour of the flowers may be important – means that we are being rewarded for an action, perhaps a spiritual offering of […]

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