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Sunday, December 16th, 2012

Birthdays are of course the most common type of anniversary, where you (are supposed to) annually commemorate the birth date (the date that person was born) of a loved one.

Although the way the birthday is celebrated depends on the local and cultural customs and the age of the lucky birthday man/woman, in Western society it is common to hold a birthday party and present that person with a gift.

It is also often the convention to give flowers, especially between adults in a relationship. Certain flowers are also associated with specific birthday months. To find your or your partner’s birthday flower, go here.

Even better, present your partner with a special single Rose – because…

A single rose says it so much better!

Single white RoseIf your lucky other half has a favorite color, it may be a good idea to select that color for the single Rose. We offer several different colors of solitary Roses, depending on the season.

Nowadays there is no excuse for forgetting a lover’s birthday, since there are various easy ways to set up yearly reminders, but should you forget, a single white Rose is the best way to ask for forgiveness. 🙂

A heads-up: We now also offer single preserved roses if a longer-lasting (fresh) rose is your preference.



Birthday Flowers

Sunday, December 16th, 2012

Often called a “Birth Flower”, or “Birth Month Flower”, it is believed that each month has a flower to symbolize a person’s birth.

These Birthday Flowers differ by country or region, but in the US following is the accepted convention:

Birth Month Birthday Flower Symbolizes
January Carnation Fascination, distinction, and love
February Primrose Modesty, distinction, and virtue
March Daffodil Spring, rebirth, domestic happiness, vanity
April Daisy/Peony Innocence, loyal love, gratitude, and healing
May Hawthorn/Lily of the Valley Happiness, humility and sweetness
June Rose/Honeysuckle Love, gratitude, appreciation
July Water Lily/Delphinium/Larkspur Joyful, fickleness, sweet
August Poppy/Gladiolus Moral integrity
September Morning Glory/Aster Daintiness, love, magic
October Calendula/Marigold Winning grace; protection; comfort; healing
November Chrysanthemum Cheerfulness, friendship, abundance
December Holly/Narcissus Sweetness, self-esteem, vanity
[Source: Wikipedia]

But, if you’re not sure about someone’s “official” birth flower, you cannot really go wrong with a single Rose! Order one now.


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