Tag Archives: William Tyndale

April 10: Balsam

Oh, where to start with today’s flower, Balsam. In the Language of Flowers, Balsam conveys the meaning of “Ill temper. ” Red Balsam, also known as┬áRose Balsam, Jewel Weed, and Touch Me Not, signifies (not surprisingly), “Touch me not; impatient … Continue reading

Posted in Language of Flowers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment