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“A maiden born when the autumn leaves

are whispering in the September breeze.

A sapphire on her forehead should unite;

To bring you joy and peace of mind.”

Truth, sincerity, constancy: characteristics of the September birthstone, the sapphire. We give someone jewelry containing their birthstone to wish them good luck and protection. Most people know their birthstone, but few know that each month has a corresponding birth flower. What are the September birth flower and the message when sending flowers?

ASTERS

the Greek goddess Asterea wept because the earth lacked stars; Asters grew from where her tears fell. Therefore, Asters are a love charm that has mystical powers. Asters get their name from the shape of their flower head, the Greek word for star. Just like the stars in the sky, asters can be found everywhere because they grow in the tropics and cooler northern regions. And whatever country you are in, including Sweden, France, Spain, Netherlands, they are still called Asters.

Symbolism of the bouquet of aster flowers:

  • Afterthought.
  • Patience
  • talisman of love
  • Faith, Wisdom, Light
  • take care of me
  • 20th wedding anniversary flowers

Asters are part of the Asteraceae family of approximately 600 species. Also known as Michaelmas Daisy, Starwort, Frost flowers, an Aster is a collection of very small, tubular flowers around a central yellow disc that gives the illusion of a single flower. They come in a rainbow of colors: white, red, pink, purple, lavender, blue.

Although Asters are easy to confuse with daisies, they are smaller and closely related to chrysanthemums. Asters are ideal as a tabletop bouquet or centerpiece arrangement on their own or as a complement to other flowers.

MORNING GLORY

Heavenly Blue, Crimson Rambler, Pearly Gates – Nicknames for this flower America has as an alternative birth flower in September. The Japanese call them Asagao. as a which means tomorrow; kao For face.

Its name says it all: flowers that bloom in the morning, but in the afternoon they begin to die. A large open saucer-shaped flower, it is easily pollinated by birds and bees that bring new flowers every day. This flower represents love in vain

Morning Glory is a common name for more than 1,000 species of the Convolvulaceae family. It grows like a vine that produces white, blue, red, pink, purple and yellow flowers.

DO NOT FORGET ME

The flower of memory, the most romantic story behind its name is: A medieval knight, walking with his maiden along the bank of a river, stopped to pick up a bouquet of flowers but fell into the river due to the weight of his armor. As he was drowning, he threw the bouquet of flowers at his maid and shouted: “do not forget me!”.

other stories

  • The Christian legend tells of the baby Jesus sitting on Mary’s lap wishing that future generations would remember them. He waved his hand and blue forget-me-nots appeared.
  • In German legend, God had named all the plants when a tiny nameless one cried out, “Forget me not, O Lord!” The Lord replied, “That shall be your name.”

symbol of remembrance

  • Canadian Newfoundlanders have used them to remember the nation’s war dead.
  • After World War II, Freemasons used these flowers in memory of Freemasons who suffered under the Nazis.
  • The aster flower bouquet is usually given to relatives or friends of someone who has passed away.
  • The Alzheimer’s Society of Canada has adopted these flowers as its symbol.

Express True and Faithful Love, Luck and Hope

  • Fifteenth-century Germany said that lovers would not forget users.
  • King Henry IV of England adopted this flower as his personal good luck charm.
  • Sometimes companies hand it out to customers as a hopeful reminder of their brand.

Forget-Me-Nots, alternative British September birth flower, belongs to the genus Myosotis. There are about 50 species of small delicate flowers with flat 5-lobed blue or purple, pink, white petals with yellow centers.

Throughout history, lovers have given each other a bouquet of flowers to express longing, devotion, love. When sending flowers, understanding your birth flower is a great way to go. The stories behind the bouquet of flowers can be entertaining, but a bouquet of flowers always has its own language.

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