you were born in February, your wonderful birth
flower is the
– an amazing flower fascinating
glistening from different angles. It offers so many symbolic magic
and radiates energy. Let’s discover the rich history behind iris
beautiful bloom traces a heritage through Greek mythology. In Greek,
the name “Iris” translates as “rainbow,” which is proven true
a wide array of colors. Exists
200 varieties of this lovely flower
another Greek word, “eiris,” which means “messenger”.
is for a definite reason.
spectacular uniqueness and fairness, irises have rich meanings, and
when given as
they can convey deepest feelings
most popular iris colors are blue, white and
meanings of the iris
stands for faith, hope, and wisdom.
on color and geographic region,
may hold different meanings. In some parts of the world, the dark
blue or purple iris can denote royalty and wisdom, whereas the yellow
iris can be a symbol of passion, white iris symbolizes purity and
makes for bridal bouquet, blue one symbolizes faith and hope.
the 16th century BC, irises were introduced to Egypt from Syria, and
stylized versions of these flowers began to decorate the scepters of
pharaohs displaying victory and power.
iris is the 25th wedding anniversary flower. So if you would like to
celebrate such great occasion as anniversary, don’t hesitate to
bring a bunch of these gorgeous flowers.
may also express courage and admiration. You can give
to a parent or teacher, yellow irises to a significant other, and
blue irises to someone who needs a little extra encouragement.
many meanings of the iris makes the flower a great choice for an
It makes a wonderful corporate, birthday, get well, or just
are universal messenger of friendship, everlasting promises and love.
You can never go wrong with them.
rainbow of iris lets you convey your love, gratitude, and feelings,
especially when words are falling short of your expectations. Let
them know how much you love them!