Hollyhock is a flowering plant in 60 species. Is also known as alcea. It comes in various colors and is also one of the only black colored flower.
Hollyhock symbolizes well stuffed purse. it also stands for fertility and wealth.
Hollyhock flower, known in Japan as aoi (葵?), was incorporated into the official seal (mon) of the Tokugawa shogunate in Japan, and through this influence has maintained importance in modern Japanese culture.
Hollyhocks have an ancient pedigree for healing and it’s difficult to find a malevolent use for the plant. Bees and butterflies are attracted to the pollen which drips onto the petals, spreading fertility to the witch’s garden.
Fairies were believed to use the blooms as skirts, and Hollyhock seedpods were known as fairy cheese because they resembled a cheese wheel.
In pagan and Wicca circles, Hollyhock is associated with Lamas because of its tendency to reproduce in abundance. In fact, it is said that one reason why it used to be grown so close to English cottages was to promote abundance in the household, both in power and wealth, but also in fertility.
So the question is after the basic research how to we go about it. Where and for what product can we use the name as a brand for?
It can be used for a ladies wallet, purse or bag company.
It can be used for pregnant and post delivery women clothing line.
It can be used by a cheese manufacturing company.
Or a consulting firm can use it as it symbolizes stuffed purse and who doesn’t want that…