Birthday Florist in Sydney

"And in the end,
it's not the years in your life that count.
It's the life in your years."


- Abraham Lincoln
 

Birthdays are celebrated in a variety of ways. There are some who would like to have it simply by being with the immediate family and eat at a restaurant or at home. There are some who would like to celebrate it extravagantly by throwing out a party at a bar, a restaurant or a large venue to accommodate a number of guests. 

Regardless of how one would like to have this once in a year celebration, birthday flowers can add vibrance and liveliness of the occasion.

Not all may be aware but traditionally there are flowers that symbolize each birth month, otherwise known as a "birth month flower". Here's how it goes:

January - usually carnation

February - either primrose, violet or iris

March - usually daffodil

April - either daisy or sweet pea

May - usually lily of the valley

June - either honeysuckle or rose

July - either larkspur or water lily

August - either gladiolus or poppy

September - either morning glory, aster or myosotis

October - either marigold or calendula

November - either crysanthemum or peony

December - either narcisuss, holly or poinsettia

 

January - Carnation

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February - Violet

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March - Daffodil

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April - Daisy

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May - Lily of the Valley

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June - Rose

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September - Aster

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October - Marigold

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July - Larkspur

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November - Crysanthemum

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August - Gladiolus

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December - Poinsettia

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So what about you? Do you like your birth month flower? :) You don't have to stick with it though, we can help you arrange the flower of your choice including your birth month flower if you wish. Just let us know by sending us a message or giving us a call!