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September - Change Seasons with Fall Flowers

Transitioning from summer to fall generates excitement – the color of leaves, the cooler air, and the shorter days pave the way for the holiday months. It is a curious time of year, and those of us interested in flowers are curious to see what will blossom. Having the knowledge of the new season’s flowers will make for a most marvelous floral display during the month of September.

Aster – The birth flower of September, the aster represents love, faith, and wisdom. With such a romantic meaning behind it, it is no wonder this flower holds the honor or being the 20th anniversary flower. Asters come in several shades of red, white, lavender, pink, and blue with mostly yellow centers. The daisy-like flower’s name comes from the Greek “astron,” meaning “star,” referring to flower head. In Italy, is often seen in the open field growing wildly. aster
baby's breath Baby's Breath – A classic filler, this beautiful white flower can be used to decorate a romantic bouquet, a corsage or boutonniere. This splendid flower is reminiscent of popcorn, and can add volume to a flower arrangement or impress standing alone. Symbolic of pureness and innocence, baby’s breath is a wonderful addition to a bouquet of roses meant for a special September someone.
Iris – The iris takes its name from the Greek mythology. It is the flower of the Greek Goddess Iris, who is the messenger of Love. Iris is the personification of a rainbow, referring to the wide variety of flower colors found among its species. This elegant flower is suitable for any special occasion during the month of September, as it can convey a number of messages based on its color. For instance, the blue iris symbolizes faith and hope, the white iris symbolizes purity, and the yellow iris symbolizes passion.


– The tropical and exotic orchid is one of the most plentiful families of plants on earth. These chic flowers have seemingly endless color range, as well as variations in size. As an ornamental flower, the orchid’s simplicity adds the perfect touch for September home décor. Their graceful appearance draws immediate attention, and they are intricately beautiful to the everyday flower lover. Historically, the orchid symbolizes wealth, love, and beauty, but today imparts a wide variety of messages.








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