Friday, November 1, 2013

November Birth Flower

Red for love, white for purity, yellow for the for friendship, pink for I like you. The Chrysanthemum symbolizes cheerfulness and optimism. The Chrysanthemum blooms in the fall, bringing extra cheer to a colder climate when most flowers take a break. They are usually associated with the dead, thus gaining popularity at funerals or to the bereaved in time of need. 

From this popularity, it was once thought that bringing the Chrysanthemum indoors meant a wishful death. Originating in China, the Chrysanthemum is considered one of the four noble plants among bamboo, the plum and the orchid. It was once thought that drinking from a stream that flowed between Chrysanthemums would help a person live to be 100. From this myth came Chrysanthemum tea, wine and medicine to encourage a healthy, long life.

That said, they make a beautiful compliment to floral bouquets. And because they are available in various colors and sizes they can bring a zing to a vase. For more info, email us


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