It’s always a great idea to send flowers to someone! So you let him know that you are thinking of him or her and that, especially, for his anniversary. Different flowers symbolise different ideologies; each month is related to a different flower this signifies a change of season, a sign of the zodiac or a mythological deity, every local florist has its own collection of flowers for each month of the year. The practice of using flowers to convey different emotions started during the Victorian times when speaking about feeling was a taboo.
Some floras served to deliver information discreetly. Discover without delay the best flowers to offer in accordance to the birthdate recipient! We are all waiting for our birthday to get unique and useful gifts; most of the gifts we receive may be so, but we neglect the importance of flowers in our lives if we decide to send a bunch of flowers on this occasion.
You will find a range of preferences that correspond to each month of the year. Here is a simple guide to the kinds of flowers you can count on if an individual would want to send a flower bouquet to someone on their birthday according to the birthdate.
This month’s flower is the Fragrant Carnation, also known as Dianthus, the Sweet William, and the Pink and the Spiny.
Available in full rainbow colours and different sizes, the clove flower is also recognised for its delicate petals and fragrant aromas, and it is thought as a long-lasting flower. If an individual may wish to offer a bouquet for your mother on her birthday, choose a bouquet of pink carnations to be considered one of the most common flowers in the world in traditional ways, including emotions of love and gratitude to the mother.
The red carnation is a figure of romance and love, and your choice of this colour will be appropriate if an individual may wish to offer it to someone who has feelings of respect and admiration. In cases of love, choose the dark red colour for the pink carnation in yellow; But in the Victorian era (Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom – British) it was considered a symbol of someone’s disappointment. The white colour of this flower symbolises innocent love, which allows you to choose the closest friend in your life.
It is also a gift for women’s good luck.
Despite the coldness of this month and the harsh weather in it, Valentine’s Day makes it one of the most romantic months of the year, the most appropriate flower for a gift during this month; Iris flower or Iris, which symbolises the Greek goddess Iris the goddess of love.
Greek mythology reported that the goddess Iris used the bouquet of iris flowers in all her journeys to deliver messages of love. Moreover, this flower signifies wisdom and hope. It may look stylish and appropriate for you to offer to those close to you in your life who were born this month. Where the symbolic meaning of this flower comes about its colours; violet indicates wisdom and praise, blue colour means hope; yellow iris is nominated in cases of love and adoration, while white symbolises purity.
Yellow daffodils point to the end of winter and the beginning of warm days. This flower symbolises friendship, respect, humility and sincerity. It is characterised by its beautiful fragrant aroma, the most common colour is yellow, but a group of daffodils can be found in other colours such as orange, pink and green as well.
In Victorian times, it was forbidden to use this flower to express love; it was only a representation of happiness and friendship, and it had another connotation used to label someone an angel.
This month’s flower is a daisy flower that symbolises childhood innocence, joy and simplicity; making it an excellent choice to make in the spring. The most famous species are Shasta Daisy, African Daisy and Gerbera Daisy, with white and snowy white chassis. African colours vary in white, orange, yellow and apricot. Chrysanthemum is also the most prevalent in its various colours, such as pink, yellow, white, orange, cream, red, and purple. There are also flowers that come with their petals in different colours, this flower symbolised in the Victorian era of loyalty and trust.
There is also a story in the Roman mythology: A fairy called Beside has turned itself into a dagger to escape the attention of a Roman goddess, which has added to the gist of innocence and humility of the Chrysanthemum because of this story.
At this spell of year, the spring flowers have stretched to their climax to fill the world with their bright colours and fragrant aromas. One of the most attractive of these flowers is the Lily of the Valley and is the approved flower of the month.
The most suitable flower for this time of the year is the Joury and is considered one of the most common flowers around the world, although it symbolises love and appreciation the colours of her petals have different meanings. It was used in the Victorian era when speaking to others was forbidden on feelings to convey specific messages and emotions to the other person. So the red flower was used to show love and romance, and pink to express admiration. The dark pink was used for appreciation and gratitude, and the light pink jori was used to represent innocence.
White and yellow flowers symbolise friendship; orange blossoms symbolise passion, and the black colour of this flower signifies farewell or death.
This month’s pick is the flower of the dolphin or Larkspur, which symbolises the joyful summer days and the feeling of fun and pleasure blooms in the early spring and lasts until late summer. At the time of Shakespeare, Lark’s Heel, Lark’s Claw and Knights Spur, the flower was favourite in the Victorian era.
It symbolises the open heart that is accompanied by strong romantic feelings, and the white flowers of the flower are a joy and luck; purple is a sign of first love.
The lily flower of the sword is the particular flower of this month of the year, called the lily of the sword because of its pointed leaves and long legs. There are 225 species of this flower with hybrid varieties. It was usually associated with wrestlers, so it was often a sign of strength, sincerity and moral integrity, despite the figure of its sword-like leaves, but it is capable of piercing one’s heart with its beauty.
Aster or Aster flowers are distinctive for their abundance, with a wide variety of colours including red, white, orange, pink and purple; which is accessible for coordinating a range of bouquets. Starflowers are associated with the qualities of faith, wisdom and courage. The most popular colour used for this flower is the purple colour that represents these qualities. It was also used to refer to kings. By giving you a bouquet of purple star flowers to someone who has feelings of love you will feel like a king. The white star is also linked with innocence and perfection and is also suitable for graduation parties.
This month’s flower is a vibrant plush flower; its various colours are the white, gold, yellow and orange colour which has the highest popularity among them. There are two kinds of marigold, the plush and the azure, and the difference between them is that the Nazarenes are an edible plant; it is also useful for treating minor wounds. The plush flower was used with its old leaves in England to treat plague and was a representation of warmth. In some Asian countries, wreaths are used to beautify religious statues, during funerals and wedding ceremonies, as well as in Mexico and during the annual ceremony identified as Dia De Los Muertos. Wreaths were used to beautify the graves, and the orange colour symbolises the sun and light.
Chrysanthemums are the flower of the month; it expresses positivity and happiness. Chrysanthemum flower is the authorised flower of Chicago; it also symbolises greatness in China.
Narcissus is the flower of select for the month, in Greek mythology Narcissus story explaining the source of the word “narcissism”; Narsis was a young and famous fisherman with his charming appeal. His enemies saw this young man’s pride in his acts against those they loved, as a second Greek legend says that Per Sifoni died while cutting up the Narcissus flower. It was considered a figure of death and loss; it is a sign of vanity in the West, but an emblem of good fortune in the East. In the Kurdish culture, the national flower is the symbol of the feast of Neroz, and the most popular colours: Indigo, green and blue.
Despite the stories and legends around her, the flower of Narcissus dominates her beauty to represent a gift for the birthday of a person born during the last month of the calendar year.