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October - Live the Magic of Autumn with Fall Flowers

As the start of the holiday season, October has certain zeal to it. Those of us who love flowers are wondering what else we should display around the house - besides pumpkins, of course. Others may be wondering what is fitting for a loved one during the first month of fall? The many flowers to choose from during October will suit either of these purposes.

Lance-Leaved Goldenrod – The showy goldenrod, sometimes thought of as a wildflower, blooms beautifully outside of garden boundaries or any moist, sunny location. Commonly referred to as the flat-topped goldenrod, this striking cluster of small yellow flowers makes for a thoughtful gift to any receiver needing support. The Lance-Leaved Goldenrod symbolizes encouragement and precaution, therefore is perfect for a get well or congratulatory October occasion.

lance-leaved goldenrod

Pansy – If you are looking for a dazzling bouquet to let your beloved know that he or she is consuming your thoughts, pansies would make a great choice. These fragrant flowers not only leave a delicate, perfume-like aroma in the room, but come in virtually every color imaginable. Ranging from purple, violet, red, yellow, white, and even black, the pansy signifies thoughtful reflection and merriment – like the merriment that comes with October’s holidays. Its overlapping petals accentuate the beauty of this vibrant, versatile flower.


Cosmo – The delicate cosmo flower represents order, modesty, and peace, making it appropriate for an arrangement at home or a gift to in October – right before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. These flowers, although simple in appearance, also come in a vast array of color. Ranging from different white, orange, yellow, pink, and red, the cosmos unique trait is the fact that their astrosanguineus smells of sweet chocolate. When given to a romantic partner, these fragrant flowers are meant to express partnership and devotion between lovers.


Gerbera Daisy – Distinguished by larger flowering heads that closely resemble those of sunflowers, Gerbera daisies come in a vibrant rainbow of colors. The bright pink, snow white, sunny yellow, and rub red colors of the gerberas signify exuberance and geniality, which works well with October’s holidays. Being a classic symbol of beauty, an assorted bouquet of Gerbera daisies can lift the spirits of any receiver. As such, the Gerbera daisy has become a favorite choice for many occasions, including birthdays and congratulations. There are many daisies that bring good feelings, but none like the merriness that comes with the Gerbera daisy.

gerbera daisy

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