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Dahlias – favourite flowers of the summer

10-07-2015

When it comes to building a bouquet that really stands out, the Dahlia is a reliable addition because its multi-layered petals add a lot of body and beauty to an arrangement. They’re also easy enough to grow that they’ve become a common bedding plant at nurseries in the US and Europe alike. Explore what the Dahlia means under the surface by learning about it as a symbol.

Symbolism of the Dahlia Flower

The Victorians used the Dahlia to signify a lasting bond and commitment between two people, but modern flower lovers can also buy a potted plant as a celebration of joining a new religion or trying a new healthy habit. Dahlia is often considered a birth flower for August, but some traditions use it as a November birth flower instead. It’s the national flower of Mexico because that it’s native habitat. Some cultures use it to represent diversity since each petal fits seamlessly into the whole head.

The Dahlia Flower Facts

The wild Dahlias originally grew in Mexico and other South American countries, primarily in mountainous valleys that were protected from harsh conditions in the spring and summer. They’re known for standing for quite a while, making a beautiful display in a vase or in the ground. Some varieties produce flowers up to 12 inches in diameter, and the plants themselves can reach up to six feet high.