Midori Seasonal Letter Paper: Winter's Red Camellia
About Midori Seasonal Letter Paper: Winter's Red Camellia
A symbol of love and union
Historically, this striking red flower symbolized a noble death among Japanese warriors and samurai. Yet it also represents romance, and can be given as a gift to express love, faithfulness or devotion.
This flower has been part of Japanese culture for thousands of years. Camellias are very long-lived and have long bloom seasons - actively blooming during fall and winter, times that are off-season for many other plants.
The vivid Red Camellia shines brightly in the dreary winter landscape. If you break off a branch from the garden and arrange it, it will seem as if a red light is shining in a dimly lit room.
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