October Birth Flower: Marigold

October Birth Flower: Marigold

Did you know every birth month has its own flower? Each of those flowers has its own dedicated meaning, as well. It’s believed that the Romans began this tradition, and the Victorian era also brought floriography, the language of flowers. Growing all over the world since ancient times, let’s give a nod to the October birth...
Bring Autumn Indoors with Fall Flowers

Bring Autumn Indoors with Fall Flowers

Tomorrow is the first day of fall, and here at GiftTree we will be the first to say it – YAY. Summer here in the Pacific Northwest was a hot one, so we’re all happy to see cooler temperatures. As we bust out our North Face jackets and put big pots of soup on the...
September Birth Flower: Aster

September Birth Flower: Aster

Did you know every birth month has its own flower? Each of those flowers has its own dedicated meaning, as well. It’s believed that the Romans began this tradition, and the Victorian era also brought floriography, the language of flowers. Growing wild all over the world since ancient times, let’s give a nod to the September...
August Birth Flower: Gladiolus

August Birth Flower: Gladiolus

Did you know every birth month has its own flower, and each of those flowers has its own dedicated meaning? It’s believed that the Romans began this tradition, and the Victorian era also brought floriography, the language of flowers. Gladiolus is the birth flower for August, and for good reason – the vibrant and tall gladiolus flower...
July Birth Flower: Larkspur

July Birth Flower: Larkspur

Did you know that every birth month has its own flower, and each of those flowers has its own dedicated meaning? It’s believed that the Romans began this tradition as well as floriography, the language of flowers themselves. In general, the birth month flower is usually the plants that reach their peak blooming season during that month. With...
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