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Jasmine has bloomed in the bishop's gardens.

2024-06-06 09:22:38 (ost. akt: 2024-06-06 09:27:24)

Jasmine is known not only for its beautiful appearance, but also for its unique fragrance.

Jasmine has bloomed in the bishop's gardens.
The symbolism of jasmine flowers is varied and depends on culture and tradition, below are some of the most popular interpretations of jasmine symbolism:

Love and passion - in many countries, the jasmine flower is considered a symbol of love, passion and romantic feelings. It is often used as a gift for a loved one, as an expression of care and devotion.

Purity and innocence - jasmine is also a symbol of purity, innocence and delicacy. In some cultures, it is traditionally used during wedding ceremonies or other celebrations to express feelings without blemish.

Thanksgiving - the jasmine flower can also be given as an expression of gratitude and thanks for the support, help or presence of another person.

Spirituality and transcendence - Some people consider jasmine to be a symbol of spirituality, transcendence and peace. Its intense and soothing scent can be used for meditation or relaxation.

Overcoming difficulties - In some cultures, jasmine also symbolizes strength, determination, and the ability to overcome difficulties and adversity.