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Article Teaser: Each month of the year has a birth flower associated with it. Some even have several different types of flowers. New parents often look up the flower associated with their newborn and may even record the flower next to the birthstone in the child's baby book.

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Sending Birthday Flowers To Pamela Anderson

Copyright (c) 2006-2017

Pamela Anderson celebrates her birthday on July 1. Since she is such a popular and loved celebrity, it's very likely she'll receive dozens of gifts, and many flower deliveries. Her flower savvy acquaintances will know that flowers make an excellent birthday gift because they can be personalized using Pamela's favorite colors, scents, and flowers. Some of her admirers might even send her an arrangement including water lilies because they are the birth flower for the month of July.

Each month of the year has a birth flower associated with it. Some even have several different types of flowers. New parents often look up the flower associated with their newborn and may even record the flower next to the birthstone in the child's baby book.

Although the flower associated with each month may vary according to the source, flowers commonly linked with the months are as follows:

  • January: Snowdrop, Carnation - The carnation carries different meanings depending on the color, but in general it means devotion, fascination, love of a woman, or pride. The snowdrop is a symbol of good health.

  • February: Primrose, Iris - When you give primroses as a gift, they mean you can't live without the person receiving them, or they can stand for peace of mind. The iris can stand for faith, hope, or compliments.

  • March: Violet, Daffodil - Violets, depending on their color, can mean virtue or faithfulness. Daffodils stand for both chivalry and unconditional love.

  • April: Sweet Pea, Daisy - The sweet pea can mean good-bye, pleasure, or thanks for a nice time. The daisy expresses one's playful side and can stand for innocence.

  • May: Hawthorne, Lily - A white lily stands for chastity and virtue while a tiger lily stands for wealth and pride. A purple lily stands for majesty and a calla lily means beauty. The hawthorne is a symbol of courage.

  • June: Rose - Roses are generally seen as a symbol of love. However, depending on the color and number sent, the meaning can actually vary.

  • July: Larkspur, Water Lily - Larkspurs mean levity or giddiness, and the water lily is a show of success.

  • August: Poppy, Gladiolus - Poppies are a symbol of fame. The gladiolus shows someone you admire their character and is a symbol of generosity.

  • September: Morning Glory, Aster - The morning glory means affection and the aster means patience.

  • October: Calendula, Cosmos - The calendula expresses joy and the cosmos means friendship.

  • November: Chrysanthemum - The chrysanthemum, depending who is giving them, can represent fidelity (as in a spouse's faithfulness), truthfulness, and good cheer.

  • December: Narcissus, Holly, Poinsettia - The narcissus is a symbol of confidence and self-assurance. The holly stands for courage, and the poinsettia means good cheer.

    Knowing the birth flowers associated with each month and their meanings can help you create a truly special gift for the birthday girl or guy. In Pamela Anderson's case, her birth flower, the water lily, also closely matches her personality since she is certainly a successful celebrity.


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    Wesley Berry is member of the American Academy of Floriculture (AAF) and President of Wesley Berry Flowers, a successful multi-million dollar floral business that was established in 1946. His shops provide flower delivery worldwide through Flower Delivery Express. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the web at www.800wesleys.com.

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