October's Flowers

  The Latin name of the Candlestick Flower, "Calendae", means "for months". It is a flower belonging to the Marigold family, and has gained value with its use in medicine and cuisine from history to date. The buds of the flower are used in drinks to treat indigestion; The petals were used in ointments to cure skin itching, pain in the eyes and teeth. The same herb was known as "poor saffron" in the Middle Ages and was added to dishes to add flavor and color. Because the head of the candelabra often appears to be facing the sun, the flower is sometimes referred to as the "summer bride" or "farmer's face". Another name for the flower is pot marigold, because it is a frequently preferred flower in potted garden arrangements. The color of October is orange and it has meanings such as being in the eyes, age, jealousy, divine love. Ancient Christians would put candlestick flowers around the statues of the Virgin Mary and present the fl

Flowers of November

  Chrysanthemum (chrysanthemum) means optimism, joy, longevity and happiness. It is the flower of October in China and September in Japan. Yellow Chrysanthemum is a flower unique to November. The name chrysanthemum is a combination of the Greek words "Chrysos" meaning gold and "Anthemon" meaning flower. Chrysanthemum is also referred to as the "Oriental Flower" and "Flower of Life" because it has been cultivated in China for over 3000 years. Tao Yanming was the first producer of the flower in history (around 400 AD). After his death, the city he lived in was named Juxian, meaning "Chrysanthemum City". According to the Chinese art of Feng Shui, Chrysanthemums bring happiness to your home. The Japanese have a legend that tells of twelve young girls and twelve boys who set out from China in search of the "Plant of Youth," which they believe keeps people young forever. They take baskets of chrysanthemums with them to exchange

Flowers of September

  Aster (Star Flower); It is a type of dirt flower that belongs to the daisy family and has been known since ancient times. Aster means star in Latin. The previous English name for aster was "Starwort", which means star grass. Later on, it changed its name to Michaelmas daisy because it bloomed on the days that coincided with St. Michaelmas Day in September. The color of September is purple and it means heroism, love, afterthoughts and grace. The same color signifies loyalty in China. Mythology: Virgo (the virgin representing Virgo) sprinkles stardust on the earth and Aster Flowers bloom in the dust-scattered grassland. Goddess Asterea bends down from where she is and looks towards the world and starts to cry when she cannot see the stars; Where tears fall on earth, Aster Flowers begin to bloom. Another Native American legend is about a devastating war between two tribes. When the war raged, all the villagers in one of the tribes died, but the two younger sisters escaped