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Bignonia

Bignonia


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Bignonia: Generalities



Bignonia is native to central-southern America. Even today, among the peoples of Mexico, Peru and Argentina, it is considered the symbol of prosperity, of wealth and therefore, if given, expresses good luck and fortune. In this regard it is used to decorate churches during ceremonies and generally placed near the front door, to protect and bring good luck to those who live there.



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