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.
As the weather begins to change in November to cooler nights and cloudy days, you may think there are going to be fewer flowers to see. But even in chilly November, there are always flowers to find. Below is a list of the flowers that may be around during November. As the cold weather sets…Read more
December has the shortest days out of any month of the year in the northern hemisphere and is a month of festivities and celebration, with many holidays and events celebrated during this month. It’s also a great month to find winter flowers. Below we have a list of the flowers you can find in the…Read more