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Violets for February
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Violets for February

Each month of the year is associated with a particular flower. The month of February is associated with the beautiful Violet. Continue reading to find out more about the meaning and celebrating with this flower.

Flowers each have their own meaning and message. Violets are no exception. When you send Violets, you are sending a message of loyalty and truth. It also represents modesty and humility. This plant has gained its name thanks to the colour of its pretty petals. The birthstone for the month of February is amethyst. Both this stone and Violet flowers have a similar colour. There are more than 500 species of violet and the plant is closely related to pansies. Many years ago, this flower was used for its healing properties while today it is mostly appreciated for its beauty.

If one of your friends or loved ones celebrates their birthday during the month of February, you can send them a Violet flower arrangement or potted plant as a meaningful and thoughtful gift. This flowering plant will not only put a smile on their face when it is delivered, but it will also bloom year after year which means that it will bring them joy for a long time. Even if your friend or loved one is not particularly great with plants, Violets are very easy to grow.

An alternative gift would be a gift that includes candles, bath bombs, and body lotions that include the Violet’s sweet scent. Not only will this gift show that you care, but it will also let the recipient know that you put some extra care and thought into choosing their birthday gift.

If you are planning a February birthday party for somebody you care about, you should give the colour scheme some extra thought. There are many options here. Firstly, you could decorate using the dark colour of these Violet flowers on a white backdrop. You don’t need to use too much colour. Mostly white with a splash of violet will certainly do the trick. Alternatively, you could decorate each table with a Violet plant and you can add some splashes of yellow to keep the event bright and joyful.

 

 

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