Birth Flowers Guide. June

Have you ever thought that every month has a birth flower and that each one has a special meaning? Like people, birth flowers are distinctive – filled with significance and wonderful stories. So whether you’re looking for a creative gift for someone’s birthday, or just want to add a personal touch to a flower arrangement for any occasion, our Birth Flower Guide will help you find out which flower is uniquely theirs.

JUNE: ROSE

One of the most popular flowers, the rose, is also the flower for those born in June. A rose is the most beloved flower in the world for its dainty beauty and subtle fragrance . It has a long history of symbolism and meaning. And there’s no surprise that the rose has a multitude of legends and myths surrounding it. The ancient Greeks and Romans associated roses with their goddesses of love Aphrodite and Venus which is probably what has led to the red rose being considered the rose of love in today’s modern culture. In Rome a wild rose would also be placed on the doorstep of a room where confidential matters were being discussed, telling others not to enter.

Worldwide the June birth flower is considered to by a symbol of beauty and love, admiration, secret love, passion and mystery. However, these meanings may vary depending on the color of the flower.

Generally, all Red roses symbolize desire and passionate love. If you want to send birthday flowers arrangement to someone of a platonic friendship, then you may choose Yellow roses. They are the messengers of joy and happiness, representing care and empathy and the promise of a faithful friendship. However, do not invite misunderstandings through ambiguity. The Yellow rose with the Red tip should not be given easily, as it indicates a friendship evolving to romantic love. White roses signify purity, innocence and reverence and are hence commonly used in weddings. A Pink rose can hold many meanings, such as grace, strong admiration and sympathy. You may choose a birthday bouquet with White and Pink roses as a gesture of platonic love and admiration for the other party. Orange roses express enthusiasm, desire or even fascination whereas Coral roses usually just imply desire.

Sending roses has been one of the best ways to express feelings too difficult or shy to be expressed in words. By putting more thought in choosing the colour, you are able to convey messages, which are not just steeped with emotions, but backed by history.

Send a June birthday bouquet and let the recipient understand your message and enjoy the beauty of roses!

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