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What are traditional birthday flowers for people born in January?
According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, the traditional birthday flowers associated with the month of January are spicily fragrant carnations and delicate snowdrops. The botanical name of carnations, Dianthus caryophyllus, roughly translates to mean “flower of love” and anyone who receives carnations as birthday flowers in Greensboro is bound to agree. Native to the Mediterranean, carnations are now cultivated around the world and remain one of the most widely available commercial blooms. Oil derived from carnation blossoms may be used to add fragrance to perfumes, candles, and body butters. As if there weren't enough wonderful things to say about carnations, they are also one of the longest-lasting bouquet flowers and can stay fresh and lovely for up to three weeks with proper care. Snowdrops, while lovely, are not as long-lasting, but they make a nice gift to celebrate a January birthday. Because they one of the first flowers to bloom after winter, snowdrops signify hope and new beginnings, says The Old Farmer's Almanac.
What are traditional February birthday blooms?
If you want to present a special someone with birthday flowers in Greensboro in February, consider violets and primroses. They are, after all, the traditional flowers for persons born in February. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, a gift of violets signifies loyalty, true love, and deep devotion. Primroses come with a similar sentiment and mean that the giver cannot bear to live without the affection and attention of the recipient. Both of these February flowers may be given as a living plant that the receiver can cultivate and enjoy for years.
Which flowers are traditional for March birthdays?
The first two months of the year enjoy a pair of traditional birthday flowers. Not so with March which boasts the cheerful daffodil as its traditional birthday bloom. When you present someone with a bouquet of daffodils, you are telling them that you feel sunny and bright whenever they're around, explains The Old Farmer's Almanac. Of course, we'll send a bouquet for any reason, any time, and the flowers do not have to be associated with any particular month.
What flowers are right for an April birthday?
Persons born in April love to receive flowers, and nothing is more traditional than daisies and sweet-peas. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, daisies signify purity, loyalty, and innocence. In olden days, a gift of daisies meant the giver could keep a secret. Sweet peas, on the other hand, do not always mean the same thing and are sometimes given as a goodbye gift. Nonetheless, sweet peas are lovely and fragrant and make a sweet-smelling gift to anyone born in April.
If you need help choosing the perfect birthday flowers in Greensboro, we'd be delighted to assist. We are Send Your Love Florist & Gifts, and we are proudly credentialed by the North Carolina Certified Professional Floral Designers association. When you're ready to place your order for birthday bouquets or flowers for any occasion, please call 336-632-9559