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Birth Flowers for November »

November is famous for its single birth flower, the chrysanthemum. A common flower found in numerous gardens, the chrysanthemum is a strong reminder of the vibrant colors that are found on autumn leaves. Chrysanthemums are often shortened mums as a nickname. The word comes from Greek. The prefix means gold ...

Author: Stacey

Date: August 31, 2020

Birth Flowers for January »

Traditional birth flowers for the month of January are they Carnation and the Snowdrop. These are two beautiful flowers that come together to create a beautiful bouquet for those born in the first month of the year. First, let’s talk about the Carnation. Carnations come in several different colors. Different ...

Author: Stacey

Date: August 31, 2020

Birth Flowers for December »

December is home to two separate birth flowers, The Holly And The Paperwhite. These flowers are very different in appearance from each other. One is a bulb flower while the other is an evergreen flower. On the other hand, both flowers are used to symbolize hope. The Holly is a ...

Author: Stacey

Date: August 31, 2020

Birth Flowers for October »

If there is a single color that is closely tied to the month of October, it is orange. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that marigolds are one of the birth flowers for the month of October. The other is Cosmos. Marigold flowers are usually used to signify despair ...

Author: Stacey

Date: August 31, 2020

Birth Flowers for September »

By September, summer is coming to an end and the air is starting to cool. At the same time, there are so many beautiful flowers that can be found. September is home to two separate flowers, The Aster and The Morning Glory. Aster flowers are symbols of powerful love. They ...

Author: Stacey

Date: August 31, 2020

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