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  • Laurence King Publishing

Pick a Flower: A Memory Game

Anna Day, Marcel George

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Hobbies, quizzes & games, Board games, Gardening: flowers

Do you struggle to tell a foxglove from a snapdragon, or a crocus from a gladiolus? This game will make you an expert in no time

Learn the language of flowers in this blossoming memory game. Match flowers to their uses and meanings, and collect the most pairs to win. From lillies at funerals, to 'flower power' carnations - this fun game is an ideal gift for nature lovers.

Pair up the flowers with their typical uses and meanings in this beautiful and simple memory game. To play, place the cards face down and see if you can remember where the matching pairs are located.

Collect more pairs than your opponent to win! With all kinds of flowers included - from marigolds in Mexican Day of the Dead displays to Japan's cherry blossom season, and from Van Gogh's Sunflowers to the first flower germinated in space - this fun and educational game is an ideal gift for nature lovers everywhere.

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Anna Day

Anna Day is a trained illustrator and Ellie Jauncey has a degree in textiles; they both love flowers. The seeds of The Flower Appreciation Society were sown, three years ago, when they worked together pulling pints in their local pub and soon realised how much they had in common. They began making arrangements for the pub and quickly branched out into weddings and other events - working from kitchen tables, car boots and the pub's function room. They now work out of a studio in Hackney, London, and their beautifully wild floral designs can be seen at weddings across the country, at fashion events and in the national press.
Twitter: @flowersociety
Instagram: @flowersociety

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