‘What Do Your Flowers Say Today?’
Discover the healing energy of flowers and how they can be interpreted to guide your everyday life
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Flowers have meanings — the type of flower, color, shape and number of petals all have significance. The idea behind Sue Adams’ “What Do Your Flowers Say Today?” (published by Balboa Press) is to help unlock those meanings so that people can use flowers as a tool to provide inner guidance and wisdom.
“I have been giving lectures on the meanings of flowers and flower readings to groups for many years,” the author states. “Much research has gone into this project, and I wanted to share with others, in a fun and informative way, how flowers can improve our everyday lives.”
“What Do Your Flowers Say Today?” is designed to help people realize the value of flowers and how each flower can be interpreted to answer questions, receive guidance and nourish the soul. The author presents the flowers in a unique way, flower reading, to teach readers not only the meanings of flowers, but also how the colors, shapes and number of petals affect one’s moods and decisions. Unlike flower cards with illustrations that have to be interpreted by intuition, this book uses beautiful photos and provides meanings for the reader. Each flower in this book has a positive and uplifting message.
People who love flowers, especially those who enjoy having readings (i.e. Tarot), will enjoy “What Do Your Flowers Say Today?”
“What Do Your Flowers Say Today?”
By Sue Adams
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781982253738
E-Book | 100 pages | ISBN 9781982253745
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sue Adams is co-owner of Mark Adams Greenhouses, a five-acre greenhouse facility in Poughkeepsie, New York. She is an award-winning container designer, and is instrumental in product development, sales and marketing for the company. She serves on the boards of the Northeast Greenhouse Conference and New York Flower Industries (President). She was the recipient of the Excellence in Community Service sponsored by Greenhouse Grower. Adams is a graduate of Cornell University. She lives in New York with her husband Mark, their daughter Becky and family.