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April 8th, 2013, 08:44 AM
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What is/are your fav. flowers?

what is it about them that you love? Is it color, formation, smell, where/how they grow, season they grow in?

Feel free to post a pic


Also, we all have "birth month flowers" do you like your birth month flower?

below is what each month is meant to be:
Birth Month Birth Flower Flower Color Flower Meaning

January Carnation or Snowdrop Black, Dark Blue or Red Fascination; Devoted Love / Consolation; A Friend in Adversity

February Violet or Primrose Violet, Sky Blue or Yellow Modesty; Faithfulness; Virtue / Young Love

March Daffodil or Jonquil White or Light Blue Regard; Devotion / Affection Returned; Sympathy

April Daisy or Sweet Pea Yellow, Red and Colorless Innocence; Youth; Purity / Goodbye; Blissful Pleasure; Departure

May Lily of the Valley or Hawthorn Yellow, Red and Green Sweetness; Humility; Return of Happiness / Fertility; Hope

June Rose or Honeysuckle Light Blue, White and Cream Love / Devoted Affection

July Larkspur or Water Lily Green, Russet and Red Laughter / Purity of Heart

August Gladiolas or Poppy Orange, Red and Light Green Strength of Character; Sincerity; Generosity; Natural Grace / Eternal Sleep; Imagination; Oblivion

September Aster or Morning Glory Brown, Deep Blue Symbol of Love; Daintiness / Talisman of Love; Affection

October Calendula or Cosmos White, Yellow and Varied Joy / Modesty

November Chrysanthemum Dark Blue, Red and Yellow Cheerfulness; You're a Wonderful Friend; Rest; Lovliness; Abundance; Wealth

December Narcissus or Holly Indigo, Green, Greenish-Blue Stay as Sweet as You Are; Egotism; Formality / Foresight, Good Wishes
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April 8th, 2013, 10:14 AM
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I like my birth month flower.

Im very partial to lavendar roses and pink carnations too.

I also love Texas Rangers.
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April 8th, 2013, 11:56 AM
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I like the Cosmos flowers which is one of my birth month flowers. I love Roses and Bells of Ireland...
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April 8th, 2013, 03:14 PM
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my fave is the hawaiian flower - hibiscus

i also love my birth month flower the daisy.
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April 8th, 2013, 07:37 PM
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I love, love, LOVE Stargazer Lillies.



The have a wonderful smell that fills a room without overwhelming as well as being gorgeous to look at.

As for my birth flower, the chrysanthemum is a flower of death in some cultures and I find that interesting compared to the meanings it's been given in more modern times. I tend to regard it as a death flower and use it in many of my Samhain rituals.
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