Historically, the iris has been used to create aromatic perfume. It has also been used by herbalists as a natural remedy for conditions such as coughs and lung conditions. Today, the iris is often seen in home gardens, bouquets, and of course, can be found naturally in the wild.

As you can see, the iris has an exceptional history, and there are also specific meanings associated with the flower. These include hope, wisdom, and faith. When we consider other factors, such as region and color, the iris might have other meanings. For example, in some places, the purple or dark purple iris is symbolic of royalty. A yellow iris can mean courage, passion, and admiration. 

There are more than 200 different varieties of iris, and they come in an array of colors. In fact, the name, ‘iris,’ comes from the Greek word that means ‘rainbow.’ These flowers are found almost everywhere in the world, both naturally and on flower farms. You can also, of course, find them in gardens across the globe. The irises found in gardens are generally white, yellow, or blue, which is the most popular type.

Our timetable for Easter is:

Wednesday 04/13 from 10 to 6 pm

Friday 04/15 from 10 to 3 pm

Saturday 04/16 from 10 to 6 pm

Mondays and Tuesdays closed. And in Easter Thursday 14th and Sunday 17th.

More info: https://www.msbb.org/.../general.../museum-hours-and-fees

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Located in Alcudia, Majorca, Spain, Sa Bassa Blanca Museum (msbb) is a museum fully integrated in a protected area declared Wildlife Sanctuary.
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