The Violet flower gets its name from the Latin word ‘viola’. These flowers are native to the Northern Hemisphere but are also distributed in Australasia, Hawaii and the Andes in South America. They grow in moist and slightly shaded conditions like hedgerows. Some violets are small shrubs while others are perennial and a few are annual.
The eye-catching marigold flower, which is the October flower of the month and represents passion and creativity, was first discovered in the 16th century in Central America by the Portuguese. It is a perennial flower in the sunflower family which is the daisy family and is native to south and north America but some of its species have become naturalized around the world.
Whenever most people hear of the holly flower, they immediately think of winter and Christmas. This is because the Holly flower is associated with winter especially around Christmas time. The holly flower has very green leaves and white or red berries depending on where it is. Also, these beautiful flowers have thorns that you should be aware of. The holly often goes by the name ‘Christ’s thorn’.
These cheerful flowers bring a little more life and cheer around them. Narcissus flowers and daffodils are technically the same flower. They are considered as symbols of prosperity and wealth for the future, the arrival of spring, happiness and good luck, rebirth and renewal, narcissism and egoism, future misfortune, the austerity and challenges of the lent, the Chinese New Year, clarity, and inspiration. Unfortunately, not all narcissus meanings are positive.