Flowertology: Pop goes the hypericum
Hypericum berries come in an array of colours and can often bring some much needed form and texture to your flower arrangements. Once the cherry-like berries pop, they produce beautiful yellow flowers, more commonly known as St John’s Wort, lauded for their medicinal properties.
Named after John the Baptist, hypericum flower in late June and traditionally were burned on the 23rd June - Midsummer’s evening. This ritual was meant to protect again evil spirits and explains why this flower symbolises protection and rebirth.
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