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Impress Your Girl with Colourful Blooms This Birthday

Author: Sheryl Leaman
by Sheryl Leaman
Posted: Feb 03, 2017

For some people, birthdays are just a number that adds into our walks of life, and to others it's an extra budget that is out of the way. Whatever may one's perspective, in general, birthdays mean another year of happiness and bountiful success and blessings. This special day comes only once in a year and it is your due responsibility to ensure that your girl has got something special to remember throughout her life on her big day. As the famous saying goes, "earth laughs in flowers," let the love of your life cherish the precious day with the beautiful fragrance of birthday flowers from the leading florist in Calgary.

Commemorating the birthday of your loved one with the perfect blooms marks the love you have for her. It's another way of saying, "I still remember and care for you!" But, this gifting of flowers can be made more fun, exciting and something meaningful by sending your loved ones their birth month flowers. So, here we have compiled a whittled list of birthday flowers associated to the birthday month.

January – Carnation

Carnations are January's birth flower because it denotes the start of a New Year with new hope, love and care. These stunning blooms mark the crisp, sparkling and chock full of anticipation you hold for the New Year.

February – Iris

Guess what makes Iris a perfect birthday flower for February? Yes, the cool blues and whites of deep winter. Traditionally associated with faith, hope and wisdom, these flowers are considered as a generous tribute to the loved ones with February birthdays.

March – Daffodil

The bundle of daffodils jabbing through the late-season snow signals the arrival of the spring. It also carries the meaning of rebirth and if you are the one with March birthday, then you are lucky to call daffodil your own flower.

April – Daisy

Carrying the associations of innocence, the big blooms of these wild flowers are a boisterous way to wish April birthdays.

May – Lily

Expressing the ancient symbol of purity, the sculptural beauty of these white lilies is the perfect way to celebrate late-spring birthdays.

June – Rose

Birthdays of June must be celebrated with a big bouquet of flowers, its warm breeze and fresh blooms.

July – Delphinium

Get ready to celebrate this mid-summer birthday with vibrantly colourful blooms and hues of bright blues and purples of delphinium.

August – Gladiolus

The tall, dramatic stalks of gladiolus send a message of strength and sincerity to people born in August or high-summer month.

September – Asters

Bring a celebratory spirit to September birthdays with the little starbursts of aster.

October – Marigold

Honour October birthdays with marigold's mellow beauty because with the change of seasons they bring in soul to life.

November – Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums are the classic way to celebrate the season and November birthdays because their mellow golds, oranges and reds complement the late autumn leaves.

December – Holly

Holly is associated with the high spirits of the holidays and is the perfect tribute for December birthdays. The deep green leaves contrasted by bright red berries add domestic cheer and sends off fresh greeting to your loved ones.

So, the next time when you are searching for the birthday flowers online, make sure that these flowers corresponding to the birthday month find their place in the magical bouquet.

The author is the leading florist in Calgary supplying a wide assortment of birthday, wedding and holiday flowers at a low price. He writes about the importance of floral gifts, its meaning and more. Visit for more information.

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Foothills Florist, an independent, local, full service flower shop owned and managed by Canadian Floral Designer Sheryl Leaman, has been serving Calgary since 1990. We deliver only the highest quality f

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