RP Aid: Azeroth Floriography (or, the Language of Flowers)

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I have a confession to make, WrA: I am a huge dork.

But you guys probably all knew that already.

What you likely did not know was that I am a huge dork for floriography, or "the language of flowers" as most people are familiar with it--usually in the form of the practice that sprang up in Victorian England and gave us such classic ideas as red roses symbolizing love and yellow ones jealousy. Of course, as history tells us the English were actually pretty late in getting in on the whole communication with plants thing, but they're the best-documented.

It's reasonable to assume from a lot of the in-game items that Azeroth probably has a lot of the same plants that Earth does, and therefore referring to a collection of information on Victorian floriography would be helpful for sending out a pointed boquet or two if your RP character is so inclined. This is my particular favorite; although the thing to keep in mind here that this simply a collection of ONE culture's floriographic meanings, and neither the Horde nor the Alliance is by any means a monoculture. If anything, I'd say the Victorian meanings most closely equate to what the high/blood elves and the humans (and anyone who learned floriography from them) might be using, while other cultures would have their own distinct "languages". Compare the Japanese hanakotoba for an alternative set of meanings for some of the same flowers, though it is admittedly influenced by the European practice.

The dorkery does not stop at a set of links, however! Not all that long ago I went through and made up a list of all the in-game harvestable herbs, quest plants, druid reagents, and so on that I could find, and--with the help of some friends--created an Azeroth-specific list. This is by no means complete, and I invite any additions--including alternate cultural meanings--people would like to make as replies to the thread.

So, without further ado, a brief dictionary of Azerothian floriography:

A
Adder's Tongue - You are lying.
Ancient Lichen - Enduring emotion.
Arthas' Tears - "I am totally breaking up with you, possibly because you slaughtered an entire village."; Used by the Goblin Mafia as a threat to Forsaken. Synonym at Stratholme Lily.
Azure Snapdragon -

B
Bathran's Hair - Get well soon.
Black Lotus - ANIMAL SEX. (Thanks, Greyspell.) Base and violent lust.
Blindweed - Prosperity through unknown means; "you have missed something, something very obvious"; you have much to learn.
Bloodpetal - "Given that it's from an ambulatory plant with rudimentary intelligence it could be scorn, or telling someone that they're being used as a pawn, or being taken for a fool. It's a sort of a warning: 'Wake up, you're smarter than that.'"
Bloodspore - Devotion; cooperation; protection; I've got your back.
Bloodthistle - (archaic) nobility; often used to represent Quel'thalas herself; (modern) desperation; shame; desperate, potentially dangerous yearning. "I want you, no matter what the risks are--to both of us."
Bloodvine - Unpleasant secrets; skeletons in the closet.
Bogbean/Bogblossom - Lofty thoughts; idealism; head in the clouds.
Briarthorn - Unrequited love because one of the would-be couple is fairly odious. "You will never have me."
Bruiseweed - An end; you are not forgiven.

 C
Constrictor Grass - Submission; desperate to be noticed.
Crimson Lotus - I will return. "The 'lol brb' flower, sent to someone who might not necessarily WANT to see you again."

D
Darkmoon Flower -
Deadnettle - Lessening of affection; your words do not move me; OR cruelty; ugliness of spirit.
Dragonspine - Strength of will; "you, sir, have the balls of a drake."
Dreamfoil - (fresh) a ward against bad dreams--by extension, may you dream well; (dried) loss of hope; (dried) your dreams have been crushed
Dreaming Glory - Creativity; daydreams; joyful ambitions. A flower "for poets and poetasters alike".

E
Earthroot - Wisdom; strong family values. Can be a gentle rebuke, especially in response to black lotus.

F
Fadeleaf - "A kindly-phrased GTFO. Get lost, kid, you bother me. Possibly a reply to someone sending a desperate and pathetic bouquet of icethorn and tiger lily."
Fel Blossom - At all costs.
Fel Lotus - Loss of chastity; despoilment; ruination; tainted love.
Felweed - You've changed, and not for the better.
Firebloom - Passion that survives adversity.
Fireleaf - On the attack; aggression.
Fireseed - A spark of interest; you inflame my desires; OR a vulnerable state.
Flame Cap - Declaration of love.
Frost Lotus - Overbearing chastity or propriety; your chastity has frozen you.

G
Ghost Mushroom - Obscurity.
Goldclover - Friendship; industriousness.
Golden Sansam - Big and beautiful; non-traditional beauty.
Goldthorn - Prosperity.
Grave Moss - Used by the Goblin Mafia as a threat.
Gromsblood - Abandon hope all ye who enter here; do not go any further; this way lies demons; "GTFO IF YOU VALUE YOUR SANITY".

H
Hazewood - Obfuscation; can't see the forest for the trees.

I
Icecap - Peace; quietude; OR delicacy - be careful, I've been hurt before.
Icethorn - Unrequited love.
Incendia Agave - Bad experiences; getting burned. "Skin contact with the juices in agave leaves can cause some really nasty blistering, so this might be a spiteful warning of malicious acts to come."
Ivory Bell -

J

K
Khadgar's Whisker - Cautious reflection; wisdom.
Kingsblood - Loyalty. "Rumor has it that wherever it blooms, someone who at all costs would not betray his Lord is now or was once buried." [Addendum: Or where such an one died.]

L
Lichbloom - Bittersweet memories of something gone sour. "I remember the good times but make no mistake, they are over."
Liferoot - Docility; tranquility. In response to heated messages, "Be cool."

M
Mageroyal - Gentility; good manners; chivalry.
Mana Thistle - Nobility; mastery; I admire your prowess (esp. in arcane magic).
Mana Berry -
Morrowgrain - Skulduggery, actions from the shadows. In certain circumstances, bargains; in others, temptation.
Mountain Silversage - Wisdom; enlightenment; being at one with the elements. "Among Wildhammer dwarves, it is said that when the color of your beard matches the flower, the mountain has accepted you as a sage."
Mudsnout Blossom - Prosperity ruined by malevolence. Bad things happen to bad people.

N
Netherbloom - Unpredictability; spontaneity; serendipity.
Nightdragon - Good intentions gone horribly awry; "I recognize your good intentions, but this path will lead to ruin."; Neltharion.
Nightmare Vine - May you never sleep well again.
Nightmare Seed - Escapism.

O

P
Peacebloom - A beginning; forgiveness.
Plaguebloom - "Plaguebloom is never sent, ever. Despite this, it's become known as the 'Suffering Guardian'. This dubious honor exists as it is sometimes planted in places to serve as a cautionary warning as it thrives in desecrated, plagued lands. To see the stuff blossoming is a deterrent, a 'here lies danger that may be unseen but for this plant' warning. To some, its ability to 'find taint' is considered a silver lining."
Purple Lotus - Chastity, eloquence OR decay, ruin, wizening "as it is almost always found in ruins."

Q
Quillvine - Write soon.

R
Ragveil - Sophistry; deliberate obfuscation of facts.
Rot Blossom - Injustice.

S
Sanguine Hibiscus - Calm-headed, collected passion.
Serpentbloom - Coiled wisdom; waiting to see how things unfold.
Shimmering Snowcap - Grace. "Not something you'd want to send to someone, really, given that it's a cold-weather fungus. There are better ways to say it without perverting the meaning by having a pile of slimy, smelly, shriveled shrooms delivered because they died in transit."
Silverleaf - "Distrust, with the connotation of someone being too clingy or putting their nose where it doesn't belong. Back off and give me some room!"
Snowplum Blossom - Beauty and longevity.
Songflower - Overwhelming bliss.
Spineleaf - Cowardice; weakness; "grow one, you pussy."
Stranglekelp - Your words drown me; I am awash in the tears of love.
Stranglethorn - End of discussion.
Stratholme Lily - See Arthas' Tears.
Sungrass - Greetings; well wishes.
Sweetroot - Beneficence; consumed by love.
Swiftthistle - Get over yourself.

T
Talandra's Rose - Gratitude; thankfulness.
Terocone - Reflection; philosophy; contemplation. Alternately, "think it over".
Thornroot - Urgency; an urgent solicitation. Now or never.
Tiger Lily - Jealousy and pining.

U-V

W
Waterweed - Docility; everything's all right.
Wild Steelbloom - Implacability; steadfastness; immovability.
Wildvine - Spontaneity. Why the heck not?
Windblossom - Cold-hearted, callous. "A very strong statement that amounts to, 'Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.'"
Wintersbite - Scorn.
Witchbane - Misanthropy; not in the mood.
Wyrmtail - Grief. "The sort you feel when a loved one dies, not the sort that happens when a naked level one named Lolrpnubs crashes your event."

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Special thanks to: Oriseus, Krenyn, and Galehaut of Wyrmrest Accord, Embersong and Omasvara of Nordrassil. I seriously could not have gotten this done without their help. The original LJ post with commentary is available here.

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*reads this* Oh this is wonderful. I'm absolutely knowing all of this ICly since it's the exact sort of ridiculous overconvoluted sort of thing that Tezzy would eat up. And since our FANTASTIC Worgen RPers are meshing the fantasy Victorian tone right in perfectly with the regular Azeroth world, I really hope this'll see a bit of use. :)

And you missed a plant! Darkmoon Flower, it's an offhand item. :3 Tezzy's been known to leave them on graves.

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Ah, the Darkmoon Flower! I wasn't sure if it was a distinct species itself, or related to the crimson lotus. I will add it, though.

Come to think of it, there's a number of offhand flower frills I overlooked, though many of the others are actual plants. The roses, for example, already have set meanings (except for the black, unless you're using a very fanciful dictionary, given the lack of a living species of black rose). Begonias... oh wow. XD A begonia's meaning is given as "deformed", so that quest in Lakeshire that rewards the Boquet of Scarlet Begonias makes me feel SO WARM AND FUZZY INSIDE NOW.

The wildflowers (alternately Suntouched Flowers or Lei of the Lifegiver, depending on the model) are a little difficult to tell--depending on the model, it could be a mix of chrysanthemums and lavender or dandelions and lupins. Chrysanthemums are highly variable in meaning depending on color. The "In the Garden" website doesn't have it listed, but I could swear I saw "spontenaeity" somewhere as a possible meaning for mixed wildflowers, though given that the majority of them have meanings of their own picking a bunch at random could result in TRAGEDY.

*digs around on WoWhead and WoWwiki for more*

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Fabulous list! Though.. you need to add the Snowplum Flower. It's not a flower that you can hold in the game but there is Snowplum Brandy... and Talmai.

If he manages to convince a lady to have a drink with him (which isn't often) he will start off with either his "your clothes look great, but would look better... on my floor" tactic, or his Snowplum Brandy tactic.

Woo the lady by offering to hold out her chair, sliding it beneath her as she sits down. Call the wait staff over and order two glasses of snowplum brandy (have a prior arrangement with the wait staff to water down your own drink so you can stay a few steps ahead of the mark). Allow a heady silence to surround you and the mark while you seem preoccupied with the beverage... smell it, swirl it, taste it and hold it on your tongue with eyes half lidded.

Take a deep breath and smile at your lady friend, "have you ever seen the Snowplum in bloom?" Typically she'll say no. "Oh, such a lovely flower and so deceptively hardy. Five delicate petals clinging to the dark branches of the plum tree, blossoming in the harsh northern clime... clinging to life one would think at first glance. But no, the softness harbors a strength that many don't think to look for..." give the lady a meaningful look, "it reminds me of a strong woman who is not afraid to be independant and still feminine. When I first saw you, I thought of the Snowplum blossom."

If the lady doesn't throw her drink in your face she might smile and demure gently, she doesn't mean it.... she wants you to flatter her with more words and ply her with more brandy. Quick, order another drink!

Real world plum blossoms are usually pink or white (though some are so dark they are red) with five petals, about the same size as an african violet (common potter flower found at the grocers who have flower sections). The Wild Plum flower is associated with "independance" or "beauty and longivity" depending on which floriography site you check.

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Ohhh this is absolutely wonderful..Kudos to you all! My worgen druid, Ghost is a Herbalist,so this would be great reference. 

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--oho. :D Thank you, Owakeri. I was considering adding some of the food plants that were implied by their conjugate fruits (or other products) as well; that story definitely convinced me. Snowplum Blossom goes on the list!

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Bump back up for awesomeness, thank you for pointing this out to me! I will definitely be using it!

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...Geez. I'm totally mentioning this to the Whatnotters, I'm going to have to figure out some way to incorporate it into my stories for Fulbreth.

Although unfortunately I feel like I'll probably beat the point over the head trying to make some heavyhanded references.

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I may have to revise the Cheraville sigil after reading this... but this is totally wicked and definitely the sort of thing snooty Victoriana Fifi would know (especially as an herb/alch to boot)! Wonderful job!

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I've been using Wikipedia's guide to the Language of Flowers for Senkha's floristy purposes for months now, so I find this to be glorious and love you for it ♥

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You are most welcome! Lark and his social circle use it quite extensively; at least in Lark's case, it's a good alternative to writing since he can't read, being blind. :] But you have to figure elves would be pretty into floriography...

Edit: Also, since I see a swarm of Gilneans interested in this--should I go through quickly and tag everything by its continent/planet of origin? Most of the old-world species are fairly evenly distributed between the EK continents and Kalimdor, and we can probably presume that some of the temperate Northrend species may have snuck south (goldclover, Talandra's rose) and be very well-known there, but the Outland species are (I presume) recent additions to the "vocabulary" as it were and may not be known on the Gilneas side of the wall.

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 Y'know, I was thinking of making my goblin an herbalist/alchemist. I think I'll say he's all about this, because it would make for some awesome flavor.

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Oooh this is so excellent! I must remember to work something of this in at some point.

Think Niami could pull off Talmai's strategy on a man?

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Oh this is awesome :D 

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This is very, very awesome. 

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*blush!* Thanks everyone~ It was a work of much love and much dorkery.

Also, I have three new species that need meanings-- Darkmoon Flower, Ivory Bell, and Mana Berry (and would like to refine the meaning for Arthas' Tears/Stratholme Lily a little). I'm also still on the lookout for any quest plants that I may have missed, if people can think of any I haven't gotten yet; suggestions for which food plants to include would also be awesome. Though if you, as I and a number of others have, have been using one of the Victorian resources for floriography, you'll notice some of the general types of fruit plants present already have meanings--like apples and oranges.

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I have just remembered that there is a quest to bring a flower called a Winter Hyacinth to a lake maiden  up in Northrend,  A suggestion for a meaning doesn't pop right to mind, but if I can think of something I'll be sure and post it.

 

Darkmoon Flower might be used to signify laugher or lightheaartedness, perhaps?

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Darkmoon Flower sounds like mischief to me.

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Darkmoon flower says "false mysticism" or "quackery" to me. You are less mysterious than you think you are. The Jackalope of flowers.

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A few days ago, I went through this list to sort the flowers by color because Tisho is not using this list to the letter (having never been taught Floriography, at least not by elf/human standards). He's a color geek, and tends to fall back on alchemical value for symbolism due to having been a shaman/witchdoctor in life.

For what it's worth, I offer his list up. Note that it is semi-IC so any flowers with more than one color have been placed based on Tisho's preferences. (For instance, the Nightmare Vine is brown and yellow, but as it is not exactly a friendly plant, Tisho labels it brown.)

Should this be of some use for you, feel free to adjust it for your purposes. -shrug- c:

WHITE
- Ghost Mushroom, Icecap, Peacebloom, Ragveil, Wild Steelbloom

PINK
- Mageroyal, Netherbloom, Songflower, Talandra's Rose, Witchbane

RED
- Bloodpetal, Bloodspore, Bloodthistle, Bloodvine, Crimson Lotus, Darkmoon Flower, Dragonspine, Fire Bloom, Fire Leaf, Fire Seed, Flame Cap, Gromsblood, Sanguine Hibiscus

ORANGE
- Incendia Agave, Spineleaf, Tiger Lily

BROWN
- Briarthorn, Bruiseweed, Deadnettle, Hazewood, Nightmare Vine, Rot Blossom, Bogbean, Constrictor Grass

YELLOW
- Bathran's Hair, Dreaming Glory, Goldclover, Golden Sansam, Goldthorn, Nightmare Seed, Sungrass, Wintersbite

GRAY
- Ancient Lichen, Earthroot, Silverleaf

GREEN
- Adder's Tongue, Fadeleaf, Felweed, Fel Lotus, Fel Blossom, Grave Moss, Khadgar's Whisker, Liferoot, Morrowgrain, Mountain Silversage, Stranglekelp, Sweetroot, Waterweed, Wyrmtail

TEAL
- Blindweed, Dreamfoil, Mudsnout Blossom, Swiftthistle, Terocone

BLUE
- Icethorn, Lichbloom, Mana Thistle, Night Dragon's Breath, Shimmering Snowcap

VIOLET
- Arthas's Tears, Frost Lotus, Kingsblood, Plaguebloom, Purple Lotus, Serpent Bloom, Windblossom, Winter Hyacinth

BLACK

- Black Lotus

UNSORTED (no in-game models to go by?)
- Quillvine (possibly orange), Snowplum Blossom, Stranglethorn, Thornroot, Wildvine

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Lark, you have an incredibly detailed list here and I'd hate to burden you with more work, but in reference to your question, not just for Gilneans but I think for anyone, an additional reference list of the native areas where you would possibly find these plants (outside of a greenhouse) would be wonderful. Even if you did just list where they're often found in-game and left us to our own devices for assuming if we could find them in other locales. I know for instance that Nightmare Vine (I think?) is an Outland plant, so it's one of those things that an Azerothian might not have an immediate access to or knowledge of the meaning of.

I'm also thinking, and this is really intense and I would not want to burden you with this, but perhaps much like the Victorian history of floriography versus the Asian variation (which I'm blanking on the name of) you may have a few plants that would have a different meaning between factions/races?

As far as your interest in trying to find additional meaning for a few - Arthas' Tears could possibly be used for betrayal, or more specifically to convey that one feels or has been betrayed by someone/thing? Or in relation to my last point, while betrayal might be the meaning that the Alliance and more specifically humans apply to it, the Horde (most pointedly Blood Elves/Forsaken) use it to convey loss, or mourning.

Stratholme Lily could have something to do with... illness? Maybe sympathy over an illness/death?

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http://www.wowwiki.com/Herbs_by_area

...Wowwiki already has the herbs by area started, at least. Doesn't cover the quest or vendor items, obviously, but, yanno. Wouldn't be such a big undertaking to cover that much.

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@Fulbreth: Oh, never worry--I wouldn't have volunteered to do it if I thought it was too big a burden. ;) I will happily add a key for location and start tagging that on to plants. I mostly remember where the quest plants come from, fortunately...

And actually I would totally love to start a second list--or find a way (maybe font color, ololol--or I can learn TABLES) to make a clear separation on the first list--of meanings that's more for the Old Horde races (adopted from the tauren and trolls, with the Outland meanings kludged on via the orcs), since this set is meant for high/blood elves and humans/Forsaken (and by extension the rest of the Alliance). Potentially a third for night elves, since I'd think they'd have their own strong sensibilities on what flower means what, and it's not going to match the human-high-elf "vocabulary".

*chintaps* ...yeah, I think I need to figure out how to use tables in Drupal so I can organize these vocabularies alongside each other.

Thank you for the meaning suggestions, by the by. :D And good catch on Winter Hyacinth, Xyria; I'll edit the main post in a bit to include all the new stuff.

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Kudos, a wonderfull read. Best of luck with your planned improvments to the list :)

 

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Here's a flower I don't think is on the list: Azure Snapdragon.

http://www.wowhead.com/object=181644

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Indeed, that wasn't.

 

There's another one I ran into a while back that was a...cooking herb I think that wasn't on there, too, that I can't remember right now. Dammit. :|

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The game.

You win it, good sir. Wonderful work. :D Referencing this as well!

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How did I miss this!  This is completely awesome. *_*

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If you're a nerd so am I, Larkspur. This is another thing we share in common like the astrology thing.

 

Black Rose, vendor bought and V-Day. (Meaning: Hatred, Death, Rebirth)

Red Rose, vendor bought and V-Day. (Meaning: True Love)

White Rose, vendor bought. (Meaning: Innocence, Eternal Love)

Jannok's Rose, a rogue quest item.(Meaning: Obsession, Unrequited Love)

Penelope's Rose, a Stratholme drop. (Meaning: Clever, Loyal, Dedicated to Love)

Winter Hyacinth, from an Argent Tournament quest. (Meaning: Constancy, I'll Remain True)

Moonpetal Lily, a quest item from Teldrassil. (Meaning: Purity)

Orange Marigold, from the Day of the Dead event. (Meaning: Pain, Grief, Do Not Mourn Me)

Lilac, formerly sold by Griftah in Shattrath. (Meaning: Youth, Innocence)

Tear of Tilloa, a warlock quest item. (Meaning: Delusion, Abhorrent Lust)

Maiden's Anguish, a poor-quality item used for poison. (Meaning: Hidden Danger)

 

Will continue poking around for more for posting later. <3

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Totally tagging this post to mention seeing Spiritsbreath in a quest. Also, thanking Dynast for that list. <3

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