The Language of Flowers: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

Vanessa Diffenbaugh
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San Francisco

Main city in which the story takes place.

Elizabeth's Farmhouse/Vineyard

A place of many childhood memories for Victoria and referenced often in the book,

The Flower Farm

Location of Catherine's home and of Grant's business.

The Water Tower

Where Grant, and eventually Victoria, lives.

Bloom

Renata's flower shop.

Message

Victoria's floral business.

The Blue Room

Victoria's small room inside of Natalya's apartment.

The Gathering House

Transitional living home for girls aging out of the foster system and former home of Victoria and Marlena.

The Blue Box

Where Victoria kept her flower dictionary.

The Orange Box

Where Grant kept his duplicate of Victoria's flower dictionary.

McKinley Square

Location of Victoria's forest garden where she lived when homeless and when taking a break from her newborn child.

The Language of Flowers

Used throughout the story by Victoria and, at times, others, to communicate and process thoughts and...

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