We have National Flowers, Birth Month Flowers (which is also referred to as Flower-of-the-month), and Birthday Flowers. As you can see this can be extremely confusing but all 3 represent something different. In this article I'm going to help you understand the different between the 3.
1) National Flowers are a symbol of the representing country. Some national flowers have cultural or religious roots that go back hundreds or even thousands of years and may or may not have been officially adopted. Others have been adopted only in recent years as a result of growing environmental consciousness. In any case, flowers are found to have assumed a significant importance not just in the lives of some persons but the whole nations and in fact, the whole world.
- United States of America
- Rose (Rosa)
- The rose was officially adopted on November 20,1986. (Some information says October 7, 1986 with President Reagan)