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February Flower Of The Month

Birth Month Flowers – Gifts for Special OccasionsAll over the World people give Birth Month Flowers as gifts to celebrate special occasions or events. Flowers, such as the Violet, are always given to celebrate the birth of a new baby and included in wedding flowers or a wedding bouquet. Many people also like to give February Birth Flower, including the Violet, to celebrate special events at different times and months of the year and especially during holiday periods. Knowing the flowers which are associated with the February Birth Flower and their meaning adds to the significance of the flowers. The special events where it would be appropriate to give the February Birth Flower, the Violet are as follows:
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February Flower Of The Month

Birth Month FlowersThere are specific flowers which are traditionally given according to the month that a person is born.The February Birth Flower is the Violet. The History and traditions surrounding the February Birth Flower, the Violet is fascinating. There are many myths and legends about the origins of this tradition. It is believed that birthday celebrations originated in the Roman Empire and the origins of birth month flowers, such as the Violet, could be said to date back to these times.
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February Flower Of The Month

Did you know that every month has a birth flower and that, like birthstones, each one has special meaning? Like people, each birth flower is distinctive – filled with significance and wonderful stories. So whether you’re looking for a creative way to celebrate someone’s birthday, or you would like to add a personal touch to a flower arrangement for any occasion, our Birthday Flower Gift Guide will help you find out which flower is uniquely theirs. For additional gift giving ideas, view birthstone floral bouquets and arrangements.
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February Flower Of The Month

February: This month is associated with St. Valentine’s Day and red roses. However, the flower for the month is Violet. The flower symbolises faithfulness, humility and chastity. Gifting violets in the Victorian era conveyed the message ‘I’ll always be true’. The flower is found in shades of blue, mauve as well as yellow and cream. One must remember that an older English name for the plant is “heartease.”
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February Flower Of The Month

September: Aster or September flower is the flower for this month. It is found in a number of colours – pink, red, white, lilac and mauve. The name of the flower which looks like a star is derived from the Greek word for star. The flower symbolises love, faith, wisdom and colour.
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February Flower Of The Month

October: Marigold or Calendula is the flower associated with October. For the Hindus, the month of October is associated with festivals like Dusshera and Diwali and Marigold, although a relatively recent introduced flower from the New World, has come to be an auspicious flower is part of religious ceremonies. However, in the English culture, marigold stands for sorrow and sympathy, perhaps derivative of its original symbolic association with death in the traditions of Mexico, as in the Day of the Dead, parallel to the Lily in Europe.
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February Flower Of The Month

February: IrisAssociated with the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. It should come as no surprise that the iris’s three upright petals symbolize faith, valor and wisdom. They also symbolize valued friendship, hope, my compliments and passion. This February birth flower comes in blue, purple, yellow and white. Order Tulip Song with white irises today. Shop for Iris
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February Flower Of The Month

February: IrisAssociated with the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. It should come as no surprise that the iris’s three upright petals symbolize faith, valor and wisdom. They also symbolize valued friendship, hope, my compliments and passion. This February birth flower comes in blue, purple, yellow and white. Order Tulip Song with white irises today.
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January: In the north of the northern hemisphere, January is a cold and gloomy month, but in non-frozen areas, many flowers will bloom in the cool weather, and carnation is one of them. The flower associated with the month is Carnation and is said to symbolise love, fascination and distinction. Carnation, which is also commonly called Gillyflower, is found in a number of colors from pink to purple-red.
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March: This month is synonymous with the onset of spring (in the Northern Hemisphere). Accordingly, the flower associated with this month is Daffodil also known as Jonquil or Narcissus. The colours of the bloom include white, yellow and orange. A gift of these flowers conveys the hidden meaning of friendship and happiness.
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In a cultural sense, flower characteristics such as appearance, color, and scent, have relevance as gifts. It is believed that it were the Romans who started celebrating birth and birthdays using flowers. Seasonal flowers were used not just for decoration, but also taken as gifts and therefore can probably be credited with the tradition of birth flowers. Some have been inspired by this tradition to create lists that associate a birthday flower with each of the days in a year.
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Also known as the Christmas flower, legend has it that poinsettias began as a humble weed. When a little girl – with no means for a grander gift – placed weeds on a church altar, they turned into brilliant red blooms. Symbolizing good cheer and merriment, the December birth flower poinsettia plant is a fitting tribute to December’s joyful celebrations.
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December: PoinsettiaAlso known as the Christmas flower, legend has it that poinsettias began as a humble weed. When a little girl – with no means for a grander gift – placed weeds on a church altar, they turned into brilliant red blooms. Symbolizing good cheer and merriment, the December birth flower poinsettia plant is a fitting tribute to December’s joyful celebrations. Shop for Poinsettias
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December: PoinsettiaAlso known as the Christmas flower, legend has it that poinsettias began as a humble weed. When a little girl – with no means for a grander gift – placed weeds on a church altar, they turned into brilliant red blooms. Symbolizing good cheer and merriment, the December birth flower poinsettia plant is a fitting tribute to December’s joyful celebrations.
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Associated with the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. It should come as no surprise that the iris’s three upright petals symbolize faith, valor and wisdom. They also symbolize valued friendship, hope, my compliments and passion. This February birth flower comes in blue, purple, yellow and white. Order Tulip Song with white irises today.
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During Roman birthday celebrations family and friends offered congratulations and brought gifts. The gifts included gemstone jewelry, such as the Amethyst, and also flowers – the first traditions and origins of the February Birth Flower.
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June: Rose is the flower of this month. Though roses are available in many colors from red to pink to white to yellow, all with their own special meanings, the underlying message the flowers convey is that of love and passion.
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August: The flower for this month is the Gladiolus. It blooms in a variety of colours like red, pink, white, yellow and orange. It stands for sincerity and symbolises strength of character.
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December: Poinsettia. These flowers are typically associated with Christmas. While considered by the ancient Aztecs to be symbols of purity, in today’s language of flowers, red, white or pink poinsettias, the December birth flower, symbolize good cheer and success and are said to bring wishes of mirth and celebration.
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Representing pride, beauty, admiration and gratitude, fascination, distinction, divine love, woman. The carnation’s multilayered, feathery soft petals conceal a hardy core – an appropriate paradox for this January flower. Send Teleflora’s Enchanted Journey bouquet to someone with a January birthday, a richly colorful and fragrant gem.
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Associated with the tenth wedding anniversary. When the bright yellow daffodil pokes through late winter’s ground, it’s like a long-awaited friend returning home and a birth flower anyone would be proud to call their own. Symbolizing rebirth and new beginnings, particularly when presented in an abundant bouquet, daffodils promise happiness and joy. View our Daffodil Dreams arrangement.
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Innocence, I’ll never tell, purity, love that conquers all. Associated with the fifth wedding anniversary. Epitomizing childlike joy and playfulness, this April birth flower captures the essence of spring’s happy-go-lucky, forever-young attitude. Send daisies in our Sunny Day Pitcher.
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Lilies were so revered by the ancient Greeks that they believed they sprouted from the milk of Hera, the queen of the gods. Long tied to the Virgin Mary, the white Madonna lily represents virtue, while the lily of the valley conveys sweetness and humility. In the language of flowers, this May birth flower expresses purity of heart, majesty and honor. Send our Written in the Stars lily bouquet.
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With its lush, dolphin-shaped flowers, the aptly named delphinium – or larkspur – symbolizes an open heart and ardent attachment. Also signifying a feeling of lightness and levity, the gentle hues and refreshing fragrance of this summer birth flower give it a refreshing and distinctive natural beauty. Send Teleflora’s Seaside Centerpiece with delphiniums, roses and hydrangeas to those celebrating July birthdays.
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Gladiola, the August birth flower, represents strength and moral integrity – not surprising when you consider that its name comes from the Latin word for sword, “gladius.” But while its sword-shaped stems may imply Roman gladiators, its romantic flowers are capable of piercing a heart with their beauty – explaining why infatuation is another one of its meanings as well. Order our Fantasy Found zen gladioli bouquet today

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