Healing time among the fragrance of flowers
Healing messages of flowers
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Chrysanthemum and BegoniaDo you have a crush on someone? Does simple eye contact make your heart flutter? Why not express your love with yellow chrysanthemums and begonias? The color of the flowers says plenty about their meanings. In particular, a yellow chrysanthemum blossom symbolizes unrequited love. Meanwhile, begonia flowers means “I have a crush on you.”
Surfinia, Dahlia, China Aster, and AsterFor your ongoing beautiful love, why not consider Surfinias, dahlias, China asters, and asters as a gift? All of them stand for falling in love. You can express your feelings by conveying the most pleasant message with the Surfinia: “I am happy to be with you.” On the other hand, you can have, “The world is beautiful with your love,” with the dahlia; “I love you more,” with the purple China aster; and “I believe you,” with the aster.
Common Zinnia and Fairy StarIf you miss someone deeply, common zinnia is your choice, which is known to bloom for 100 days. The zinnia flower symbolizes the heartache while missing someone. It is said to have bloomed on the grave of a woman who died yearning after her departed lover. Meanwhile, the fairy star symbolizes good memories, which seem to soothe the heart that burned with longing.
Lantana and CyclamenYou can also find fascinating flowers in the garden. One such flower is the lantana that undergoes color changes seven times after it has fully bloomed. However, ironically, the message of the flower is “I do not change.” Another example is the cyclamen, which has light pink flowers at first and turns into a darker pink as it matures. Mature cyclamens have hidden stigma and stamens, and that is why it stands for shy love.
Come to the flower market, and comfort your tired mind with the flowers’ refreshing smells and messages of love.
Address8, Dugu-ro, Geumjeong-gu, Busan
Operating Days and HoursEvery day, 08:00−18:00
Service FeesVaries for each shop
Traffic InformationExit 1 of Nopo Station on Busan Metro Line 1 → Transfer to Bus 50, 58, 59, 61, or 17 → Get off at the entrance to Dugu-dong
Parking: Dugu Flower Market Parking Lot