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Flowers by month

Flowers grow according to nature, along with changes in the environment and, unless specifically cultivated, rely on the changing seasons and weather systems to procreate and thrive.

There are a number of occasions throughout the year that are always set in the same month and therefore have certain flowers associated with them. Valentine’s Day and roses are synonymous with each other, as are May blossoms and May Day festivals.

However, availability can be affected by bad weather, global demand or other factors, so it’s always a good idea to have a choice of flowers in mind when selecting flowers by month.

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  • January

    You may think that no flowers species could bloom in January, especially in the colder regions of the world, but you’d be surprised to find that flowers can grow in many surprising places and in extreme conditions. While January may be one of the quietest months for flower growth, there is still plenty to get…

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  • February

    February is the month of Valentine’s Day and bouquets of red roses are a common sight this time of year. But did you know that there are many other species of flower available in February as well? Wild primroses, crocus and Aubretia can all be found across the UK in February if you know where…

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  • March

    March is considered by many to be the official start of spring when animals and flowers begin to reproduce and flourish in the warmer weather. It’s also the time when you can find a new selection of flowers to choose from. March is considered the start of flower growth in the UK and during this…

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  • April

    April’s Fools Day is celebrated across the world as a day of practical jokes and harmless fun, but when it comes to flowers, our April selection is one thing you can certainly rely on in April. We’ve compiled a list of the flowers you may come across in April. In particular you can try and…

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  • May

    May Day is thought to symbolise the transition between spring and summer and the celebrations held every year are believed to bless crops and planting with good luck for the coming months. Below we have a list of the flowers you can find during May. Common spotted orchid, broad-leaved hellebore and apple blossoms should all…

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  • June

    In the northern hemisphere, June is the month with the longer days, which means more sunshine for flowers to enjoy. With summer weather and fertile soils, June is a great month so see some amazing flowers. Below is our list of the flowers you may see in June. June is the time when flowers start…

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  • July

    July is the month is the height of summer and for many means days out with the family, long evenings in the sun and one of the widest ranges of flowers available to see. With more people tending to their gardens in the July, you will have chance to see some incredible flowers every day.…

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  • August

    Across the world, August is a month of celebrations, from the Bon Festival in Japan, to the National Eisteddfod in Wales. It is also the month of harvesting in many countries and clears the way for new growth and new flowers to grow. In August, which is typically the warmest of the year, you can…

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  • September

    As the beginning of autumn in the northern hemisphere, September is a time when the seasons will begin to change and plants and flowers begin to bear fruit, ready for procreation. Fruit trees will be heavy with their seeds at this point and it is around this time that harvest festivals begin. Below is a…

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  • October

    October is probably best known as the month that hosts Halloween every year. It’s also a month when you can see some amazing autumn flowers, particularly those in gold, brown and orange. We have a list of all the flowers you can find in October displayed below. This month marks the end of autumn and…

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