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Elegant branch lights, also known as lighted branches, are a beautiful home décor option for your home. Popular in Europe and Asia, branch lights are original floral designs that glow with a soft inner light.  Branch lights come in a myriad number of designs, and each is truly unique.  

The Willow is the tree most associated with the moon, water, the Goddess and all that is feminine. It is the tree of dreaming, intuition and deep emotions. Symbolically it belongs to the beginning of spring, when all of life is stirring in the depths and begins to shoot outwards once again. In the ogham alphabet, the willow is Saille which became anglicised to "sally" which means a sudden outburst of emotions, action or expression (to "sally forth"). The Old French "saille" also means to rush out suddenly and the Latin "salire" means to leap. This is the underlying energy of the willow, and the key to understanding the powerful spirit of this beautiful tree. 

Sakura is the Japanese name for cherry trees, and their blossoms. In English, the word "sakura" is equivalent to the Japanese flowering cherry, and their blossoms are commonly called cherry blossoms. Sakura is indigenous to many Asian states including: China, India, Japan, and Korea. Japan has a wide variety of sakura; well over 200 cultivars can be found there. Cherry blossoms also symbolize clouds due to their nature of blooming en masse, besides being an enduring metaphor for the ephemeral nature of life. The transience of the blossoms, the extreme beauty and quick death, has often been associated with mortality; for this reason, Sakura are richly symbolic, and have been utilized often in Japanese art, manga, anime, and film, as well as at musical performances for ambient effect.

One of the most exotic and truly mysterious flowers is the Orchid. The orchid's name derives from the Greek word "orchis”. Its history is associated with lust, greed, and wealth. Some orchids are called "ladies' fingers," "ladies' tresses," or "long purples." Orchids were collected extensively during the 1800s. History relays that at one point, four thousand trees were cut down to collect the orchids growing on their branches. The orchid delivers strong messages of love, beauty, wisdom, and thoughtfulness.

The Plum tree is loved for its cosmic significance, expressing the re-emergence and continuity of life. In its twisted and gnarled bark is the appearance of hard endurance, especially during the barren cold of early winter; yet within itself it holds mystery and beauty, the promise of Spring. This promise is fulfilled when the delicate plum blossoms appear each January, in time to welcome the new year. The plum, blooming in the January frost, is the symbol of hope and longevity.