Bunch of Mistletoe, for decoration only, no snogs. They are not Covid safe!
Please only snog those in your bubble.
A parasitic plant that attaches it’self to various types of trees. Not so romantic then!
The folklore surrounding Kissing under the Mistletoe has roots in many old cultures with the evergreen plant thought to signify fertility.
This dates back as far as Norse legend when Balder, son of the goddess Frigg was killed with an arrow made of Mistletoe. She wept tears of white berries for her son which brought him back to life. Frigg was so overjoyed that she blessed the plant and promised a kiss to anyone who passed under the plant!
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