A Year of Flowers shares messages of wisdom to help you understand the energies of each day of the year as seen through the eyes of nature. The flowers invite you to look ahead with insight, behind with deeper understanding and face today with joy, knowing and strength. This beautiful perpetual day book is illustrated with 365 flowers, relevant botanical properties and an inspirational message. As you begin to work with A Year of Flowers, you will notice the hidden healing energies of nature that lift your spirit and inspire your creative senses.
Cheralyn Darcey is an ethnobotanist, botanical history author, and environmental artist who has had a lifelong connection with the spiritual and healing properties of plants. Cheralyn has written eighteen internationally published botanical and gardening titles and lives on the Central Coast of NSW. She is the Community Garden Curator at SWAMP (Sustainable Wetlands Agricultural Makers Project) in NSW where she designs and delivers garden systems and educational opportunities for community groups. Cheralyn also produces and hosts a live weekly two-hour gardening radio show At Home with the Gardening Gang on COASTFM963 and writes the weekly Down in the Garden page for Central Coast Newspapers: Coast News, The Coast Chronicle and Newcastle's Novo News.