November 2018

December Birth Flower – The Poinsettia

A cold winter month full of warm holiday memories, December would not  be complete without a symbolic Poinsettia plant. This vibrant flower, with brilliant red and green star-shaped leaves, is not only a fitting tribute to joyful winter holidays. It is also the December birth flower. A beacon of love and joy, the Poinsettia will fill the home of those born in December with cheery vibes and promises of a blessed month ahead. The scientific name for the Poinsettia is “Euphorbia pulcherrima,” which means “very beautiful.”

Do your nearest and dearest December born recipients deserve a beautiful birthday flower gift? Then the Poinsettia is just the right flower for them!


The Best Flowers to Send to UAE

United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a rich land full of a whole mesh of cultures, food, spices, clothes, and yes flowers. Traditionally the heat was a huge deterrent to a lot of plants. However with greenhouses, a little extra TLC, and some gardening magic many plants are able to thrive in the area. This has made flower bouquets a particularly special gift to give someone because of the time, effort, and care that o into making sure the blooms are perfect.

So what flowers should you send? The most popular bouquets to UAE really depend on who you are sending the flowers to and why. To help we’ve listed some of the most popular flowers below, along with their meanings and suggestions on just who you should send them to.

Flower Basket

November Birth Flower – The Chrysanthemum

The November birth flower, Chrysanthemum is one of the most popular flowers in the world. Revered as the queen of fall, this radiant flower is a symbol of joy and optimism. With Russian Flora, you can share the happiness that chrysanthemums represent with your loved ones around the globe. Our service ensures that your heartfelt gestures, embodied by these radiant blooms, reach your dear ones no matter the distance, making every occasion, from birthdays to anniversaries, even more special.

Often referred to as “mums” or “chrysanths”, the November birth flower derives its name from the Greek words “chrysos” meaning gold, and “anthos”, translating to flower. While the most traditional chrysanthemum colors are predominantly red and yellow, cultivators have developed a wide range of hues, from pristine white to deep purple and even multicolored varieties. Now there are around 50 wild species of chrysanthemums and thousands of bred varieties all featuring a bright yellow center and lush pompom-shaped petals.

Yellow Chrysanthemums
Mums (Chrysanthemum spp.)

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